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PORTSMOUTH ORACLE. 



Two UaLixRg *. Yei 



PORTSMOUTH, (New -Hampshire), Published liy CHARLES TURELL, No. 11, Market-Street. 



[I'avabl*. is Adv\<»*h. 



Volume XXV.] 



SATURDAY, Dbcember 31, 1814. 



PORTSMOUTH ORACLE, 



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, I8U. 

Fob t,ik ORACLE. 
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THE SAB3ATH. 

THE profanation of the Sabbath, in 
this section of our country, has become 
a subjact of decfi lamentation to the 
friends or ordd and region. There is 
a seriousness in this fact which claims 
the attention of society ar.d the church. 
O' sweiety in distinction fi um the chord), 
because a disregard of the Sabbath )3 
«h< violation of civil law, and conse- 
qu !y of social obligation. Of tne 
chur 1, in distinction from society because 
5t U ■ . c violation of divine law, and cou- 
-ac i'l'r'y, of religious obligation. 

Tli . the Sabbath is to be observed, 
Sq this [art of our country, admin of 
no lispn, since the Legislature, by e- 
nacrtng laws for its observation, has 
gi.en a decision upon the duty of citi- 
ae ,s in relation to this subject, which 
*wfA.* to be lenstdered ~s binding them 
fa the perfui mance. Did we live in a 
more southcri latitude, Where such laws 
do not exist, : gumems sufficient, from 
scripture and *au experience, might be 
adduced, for th mmediate enaction ni 
them. But, wp '.ike it as a position 
granted, that the Sabbath is to be ob- 
served ; we take it also as a position 
gr uted, thai the Ji'-st day of the week 
is [he Christian Sabbath. 

Slv uld any contend that the obliga- 
tions :mposed by virtue of the fourth 
co mi andment] to keep the Sabbath 
" fiily," ceased at the commencement of 
tho iirisuan dispensation, because the 
la*'- day of the week ceased to be ob- 
served, he only discovers his inattention 
to !-• fourth commaodnaeot ; for, in that 
co-nnmdment. which most be acknowl- 
od. .1 to exist in all its force while the 
m ' al law remains obligatory, i he Sub 
bath i3 Vailed " the M'venth day" in re- 
ference to the six d .ys of labou< which 
precede, and not in reference to the 
la* day oF the wesk. Should any con- 
t8 i thai tbo fourth commandment is 
IlOi obligatory, because ihe ceremonial 
law is *■ abrogated, his conclusion would 
be as much without foundation in reason 
as in scripture. 

But, what is implied in the observa- 
tion of the Sabbatn ? Co observe the 
Sabbath is to neglect all worldly em- 
ployment bith of labour and amusement, 
and to spend the day m private, social, 
an -I public cxercisas jf religion. 

Although in view of God, the Sab- 
,bath is profaned as well by neglecting; 
th= exercises of rel'uion, as by engag- 
ing in the customary business and plea- 
sures of the world, it is with the lam 
otilv of these ovils that civil luw and so- 
ciety can, With propriety interfere. 

Th« laws, relating ti the Sabbath 
should be executed, because tliey exist. 
Cmvince a depraved community, th.it 
ths laws by which that community is 
held i« existence may be violated, when- 
ever the sin of violating then becomes 
j'.l.'v tnablc, and society is laid in ruins. 
Pijty and patriotism, in individual in- 
stances, may weep on the ashes, but they 
caiiot redeem from desolation. Now, 
what his a more powerful tendency to 
produce this conviction in a community, 
thin a disposition, in the proper officers, 
to neglect the faithful execution of the 

1*W3, 

The laws relating to the Sabbath 
sh mid exist) because they are salutary. 
Experience lias testified, that where the 
Sa lijii' i is strictly obseived, the educa- 
tioa ofchildren also is a great subject 
of attention, and the plain inference is, 
thJ eo'ucatian of children is prom Ked 
by foe observation of the Sabbath, It, 
wvitd be easy to show, in what way this 
eff;ct uy-m education is produced, but 
niu*i«ceasary. 



lalk. loudly of super B tition,ot bigotry, and 
persecution j but these words, let it be 
remembered, have become mere breath 
in the mouths of wicked men, to blow 
up the fire of popular prejudice. 1 

The christian and patriot cannot be 
terrified from duty, by mere words,— 
Their stability must be more fowficu by 
principles, and their perseverance in 
good deeds, more invincible to attack- 

To a man with his eyes open, it has 
become notorious, that our public roads 
are filled, tipsn the Sabbath, with travel- 
lers of every description— the quiet 



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ot our public houses, on that day, 
lerrupted, and the peace of 
friend to order is diaMrbsu. It 
unfrequent to see from four 
and ten teams on their way 
and the rc*msiers driving, 
up, 



is in 

every 

s noi 

eight 

to market. 

with heads 

over law, decency and religion. 

Some towns in this State, with a 

zeal as nobIe.aa it is christian, during a 

number of months, havft, been comoat- 

tingthis evil. But U i - d exertion 

cannot effect a reform! •'-" i b» r . « must 

necessarily be confinjM i" '^ operation, 

and it it diminish the amount of Ir.avel 

in one place, for reasons which arc ob- 

viuus, it will increase it in another. 

Tne subject calU for Unity or exertion; 

Let it b-come 



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CONGRESS. 

Mr. Grosveripr's Speech. 



Extracts from Mr. Gins, 
an the Dill to fitbthe 
Regular Army. . 



7 fa 01? * Speech 
Ranks of the 



(ktetmm.v t m ut 
every town, society and individual do 
stop the labour and travel, U3ual '■ i At 
Sabbath ; and, in this way, to wipe oft 
the stxin of guilt which is fixing U] 
our religious cnara 



it i 

It is acknowledged by all, that there 
is 'in intimate coonectton between the 
edaeation of the rising generation and 
the utur-j prosoects of society. Hence 
go i ito those towns and societies where 
the Sabbath has been strictlij obicrved 
and tho education of youth has been held 
sac"d for generations, and you find the 
inhi^iitants intelligent, social, peaceful, 
an I nappy. If these things he sn, who 
•an feel indifferent to the subject under 
dia- Mston ? 

** Siit, society comes with her simn ; 
int:rrogatory, what shall be done ? Our 
anther is plain, the laws whicli exist, 
mu ; . ba put in execution. During the 
condnutnee of the Sabbath then, stop 
the mii of buiimns. He can have n 
reasonable excuse for labour; and if so, 
con*i>>cc him, by the exercise of proptn 
autiiortty, that the laws and interests of 
society are not to bo surrendered to th< 
will if an individual. Convince him 
that piety is not to be interrupted in d - 
votion, and our religious assemblies arc 
not to be disturbed. He may, perhaps, 



and the relo. 
Hiatioil is, at once, effected; 

But, ihe violation of the Sabbath is 
not confined to labourers and men of 
business, that day so sacred in its origin, 
has become to muny, the season oi 
amusement. In Tiew of this fact, doea 
Mjcie'.v as»ain ask, what shall be done ? 
I answer, stop tlr- man -j/ pleasure. 
Nothing is more unreasonable than hit 
conduct— nothing more subversive ot 
order. To gratify one man, shall the 
devouen of hundreds be interrupted, 
nnd the laws of the Suite surrendered ! 
O my country ! flur degeneracy has noi 
come to this I There is yet efficacy in 
tho law, and ability to execute in the 
people. Let it be known then, in every 
town, ihat the man, who habitually ytn 
| a ;es the laws resperctrrg the Sabboln- 
is not a candidate lor suffrage to any 
office, and is net respected as a moral 
man. 

It is not too much to say, in any 
society, end in any place, that men, 
who consult profit or pleasure at the 
expense of law, aie not qualified, as 
moral men, for uffice ; because, if their 
oath will not bind them to observe the 
laws in one instance, where is the as- 
surance to society, that it willi in any 
instance, when gain or pleasure enrocs 
in contact with duty. But there re- 
mains a more powerful reason lor exe- 
cuting the laws respecting the Sabbath 
than has been mentioned, a Holy God 
has never failed to inflict punishment 
lor the profanation of that day. For 
violating the Sabbath, among other sins 
which were committed with it God gave 
tbe Isrealitcs to liequent captivity, und, 
finally to destruetion. Not to mention 
other examples equally admonitory, I 
appeal to ttic religious sensibility of 
my fellow-citizens, whether many ot 
the political evils, which, at present, 
afflict oar land, would not, in probability, 
have slept in silence, had the iuen ( who 
manage our publi*- concerns, been duly 
attentive to the institutions of Religion. 
If so, what individual who loves his 
country is not prepared to assist in 
censing the Sabbath to be e-bsd'ved. 

We boast of our supcriour attainments 
in literature and ill life, but the fact 
cannot be denied, we have degenerated 
from the religion and virtues of our 
fathers. It has been said, theirs was 
the a^e of superstition, and this is the 
aire of reason. Were we to ad^iii the 
whole of this extraordinary p i.nion, 
we should be justified in giving this re- 
mark in supplement, theirs wa? the age 
of prosperity, and this is the age ol 
adversity. What of happiness then 
has been gained by the improveoie t ? 
Surely nothing. But theirs was not tl'te 
ag»? of superstition, I speak with rev I 
enco, it was the age of piety. Reli^i m 
was not in exile, and tho day of Christ 
i»as not profaned. My coun'ry ! ins 
that period happy I Fellow-Citizen* ! 
What motives are presented to rouse 
us from indifference to the observation 
if the Sabbath 1 Let this institution o»- 
'lejjlccted — let its privilege* be oblitera- 
ej, and your posterity will be pagans. 
Gloomy wretchedness will stand, in the 
fay of luturity,and call this age "Father." 
If there be a righteous provide nce f whicti 
no one will venture to deny ; a faiorroa- 
liiii is inseparable from the expectation 
>f better days. The noble interests of 
'"digion, of sneiety and of man will call 
for vtGiaous and immediate exertion ! 
fh«so interests are the sentinel of ,» I arm. 
'He that ha h -nra to hear ^et him hear !" 
S. H. F. 
IfcivJli'iipi/tiit , Of, -Jti. 



I believe my friend from New-Hamp. 
$ire, (Mr. WM'.)m*)i " a » S°» e t° the 
very extent of the beV-when he has.ed- 
mitted, that you tmgh.i possibly, by this 
provision gain an accession of one thou- 
sand to your armies. ."• ler th.? present 
Ihw minors enlist. All that Worth"! ess 
descrintion of young_ men, who have re- 
ceived their education in the tippling 
ihopb, and the brothels, now go into 
your armies, and nobody rcclatms them ; 
because the camp is their proper ele- 
ment. Beyond this description, which 
you now have, if you ^ain an annual 
thousand! you will exceed even your 
own expectation. And for this paltry 
gain, you are about to adopts principle, 
not only in the opinion bf many uncon- 
stitutional, but in practice, jeopardizing 
he good ordei of the community, vio- 
lating contracts, disturbing the sabred 
i n;hts of natural affectihn, and all the 
felicities of domestic lift. My honora- 
ble friend fr«m N, H. hai characterized 
the prrj-reedii'g as Jolly- 1 pronounce it 
a measure combining utlong characters 
m weakness and violence, of folly and 
as mess. 

My friend from N. H. has said, that if 
you can enlist apcrenltces in defiance of 
their mastei s you may also deliver the 
slave from his servitude. Is he not lit- 
■rally correct ? Why may you not en- 
list ihe slave ? Because by the munici- 
pal laws ol 'the Si ale f,, he has not the 
power to contract. The same reason 
precisely, forbids the enlisting of mi- 
nors and apprentices. If you can re- 
move the incapacity from the latter, so 
you may from the Former. Will y«u 
aay that the master has a propf rty in the 
^rvir.ea of his slave I HoW lias he 
that property ? Solely by a State law. 
By the sumc law the master has a pro- 
P'.-r'y in the service ol the apprentice, 
thelfathcr in the minority ol bio »wn — 
And if you may abrogate the law and 
violate tht property in the one case, 
you may do it in the other. Nor, i^ 
there any distinction arising from the 
duties of native allegiance. I hive al- 
ready stated, that the sovereign powers 
of government, in this country, are di 
vided. Part r*st with the States and 
part with tne union. With the latter, 
rest those powers delegated in the con» 
siitution; all the remainder are in the 
Stales, or the people. The natural ai- 
legiauce of the people is due 10 the 
Slate sovereignties. And that allegi- 
ance only is due to the led e misgovern - 
ment which is promised by ine consti- 
tution. In that constitution, the minor 
i>tis promised no military duty, but that 
which is to be perfnl'metl in the militia. 
In the militia he in ,y be forced into 
the service of the U Stales, «toVsxe< 
.•uts the laws, suppress insurrections, 
and repel invasion." Beyond this you 
cannot force him into your servtoc. — 
Nor can yoo entice him by any contract 
not sanctioned by his lather, guardian 
or master. 

An honorable gentleman from Massa- 
chusetts, (Mr, Ward), had spoken ol 
the domestic happiness, the social and 
maternal feelings which this act would 
violate — the heart-reading scenes that 
must occur, when the youth, who in a 
moment of feverish ambition or giddy 
revelry! had enlisted, should be drag- 
goo from the embraces of his mother 
and sisters to the dangers of h Canadian 
war. Gentlemen who favor the hill, 
have all appeared to me to treat this 
subject with too mueli levity- 
Sir, the best feelings of our natures, 
those strong family affections, which 
Form at once the Ligaments ai.d felicities 



as he was departing on a marauding 
expedition : "bring back this shiHd or 
he brought back upon it.** 

I trust I am not insensible to senti- 
ment or actions of heroism. But, when- 
ever I read this address, an emotion ve- 
ry different from admiration, has always 
been prevalent in my mind. 

The address is from a mother to a r.on. 
Where were those claims of nature, 
those strong natural affections which 
cling to the offspring with a force strong- 
er than death I None of then resided 
in the bosom of that Spartan mother. 
Sir, I have often wondered, when I have 
lieacd the sentiments and cooily-i cf 
the Spartan Aristocracy, cited for the 
imitation of a Christian people. 

They were a race, faithless, cruel and 
barbarous — hateful and terrible to tne 
rest of mankind. All their maxims 
were unjust and selfish, and all their 
institutions modelled on principles ol 
immoral tendency ; calculated, only, to 
extend the empire of ignorance, deso- 
lation and revenge. 

Why will not the honorable gentle- 
man proceed, and cite from the same 
polluted source, examples for the imi. 
tution of youth? One gren object of 
Spartan policy was to accomplish her 
youth in the useful science of thieving. 
It become a Spartan maxim, that to steal 
adroitly, was meritorious i but to be de- 
tected was crime and ignominy. And 
no doubt, many a Spartan mother has 
charged her son upon the eve of some 
petty larceny expedition, " return strtr- 
cesslul and undetected, or return a 
corpse." 

Thrtt onr countrywomen should cher- 
isl I i 'Jars of their country is na- 

tural andjioble. And when the defence 
ol our rights is the sole question even 



hand of the enemy ? Or tho'-e who 
having tested blood, continued to civ fof 
havoc, manly despising the only oi ■■■>, 



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if social life, cannot be violated by any 
government with impunity- And thosr 
measures which cause the tears of a 
whole nation to flow, cannot comport 
with its interests, its honor, or its du- 
rable prosperity. But these, it aeems, 
will be the tears of women. 

The age of Chivalry may have de- 
parted ; but the nature and ufl'ections of 
man remain unchanged. And the annals 
of the world will prove, that, when by 
oppression and injustice tears arc wrung 
fi im females yes, it never can be long 
before they mingle with the blood ol 
.an. Let no legislator forget, that ao 
-.! '-^ly arc thu social affections knit to- 
elnTr, so well are our feelings and jn- 
erests woven in the very frame ol so- 
lely, that the arm of the strong can 
never long be wanting to avenge the 
w.ongs and prntect ihe rights of the 
weak. While on this subject, I would 
s iy a word Upon the refined lesson which 
has been just rea8 by the gentleman 
from Kentucky, to his countrywomen. 
He has recited, fur their imitation, the 
address of a Spartan mother to her son, 



female timidity may assume defiance, 
and with her own hand, arm the warri- 
or tor battle. But no American mother 
can urge her son to the invasion ol Ca- 
nada — to carry misery to those whom 
the spirit of Christianity lias made her 
sisbirs. If that dreadful work of deso- 
lation roust go on, let the only agent be 
man. And if he falls in the battle, deny 
not to his mother, his wile, his sister, 
the holy office of mourning his fall and 
bedewing his corse with tears. 

The same honorable gentleman has 
comrlained of the assertion* so often 
made by us, that this war has produced 
ruin to our conntty, and stained with 
disgrace our national character. He 
has declared the charge unfounded.— 
The Navy has preserved our drowning 
honor. The late campaigns on the Ni- 
agara has covered a nmltiiude of stains. 
Apart from these, he seemed to admit, 
there had been disgrace ; and he declar- 
ed he would pour the whole torrent of 
his indignation upon those who had pro 
djced it. " But who- he asked had pro 
duccd it ? Who wer 
our misfortunes and our disgraces ? — '■ 
Those who bad declared and directed 
the war, or those who had opposed the 
declaration and and at all times remon- 
strated against its continuance." 

Sir, the question is important ; let it 
be now decided. Who are the guilty 
authors of the disgrace on our name 
and all the misfortunes of our country ? 
Are they tho men, who before the war 
waB declared, spoke of its dreadful im- 
policy j pourtrayed the defenceless con- 
ditisn of the country, pointed daily to 
the weakness of your means, warned 
you, that your frontiers would be swept 
by savage desolation, and your cities 
destroyed ; that your States would be 
exposed to subjection, your union to 
dissolution, and almost in tho agony of 
despair, invoked you to save your wives, 
your children, your country from the 
sufferings and evils of the conflict 1 Or 
are ibey the men, who forgetting all the 
sacred duties which bound them topeace, 
buoyed up by the transitory huzzas of a 
mob, vain with a little brief authority, 
hurried along by the fatal influence of 
party, without necessity, and without 
mercy, plunged their country, defence- 
less and naked, into that lake of blood, 
where she is yet swimming t 

Tho men,' who resisted even usto 
death,all yoar weak and wicked schemes 
of commercial coercion, whicb spread 
distress over the land, and conducted 
directly to this war T Or, these wbo 
day after day.andyear after year.adopted 
a course of oppressive and ruinous policy, 
a succession of weak, yet suicidal mea- 
sures, from which, even war seemed 
almost a relief ? 

Who are the guilty authors of our 

ruin ? 

Those, who to the last moment, even 
in the »ery brink of the bloody gull, still 
pointed to the white Aug of peace and 
prosperity, which Washington had 
•reeled ? Or those, who rudely tore it 
dt>wn, and hoisted the crimson banner 
in its stead ?. 

Who are the fcCilty authors ol our 
disgraces ? 

The men, who when you hsd plunpcd 
in the gulf, Still spoke to you ot pi ace, 
still urj;cd you to grasp the preferred 



wihch ceuld 
paemcatipn. 

The men, wbo ronslantly invokn 
vou to defend your towns and 
always protested against yout 
invasion of aneighboiing province, s>nd 
forewarned you ihnt the frowns -.1 just 
God, would rover with rlciuai rod ig- 
nominy all your ambitious schemes of 
conquest. Or, they, who ab^.u'.in 
their own soil and rtpital lore* ■ i 

desolation, in thev lyspti t of ranee 

and gsicnoi & ■ r ' 1 rbc ct i 

Canada in six weeks, and st , -. Fl I 
thereto surrendfi- in thirt) lays ! Who 
proudly proclaimed, '-hat the finger nliiea J 
ven poii,-:d toQ'iebec.thather lofty ram* 
pirns were already trembling at their 
prow ss.andseniaWilkiusmi tobecnascd 
back.coveied with live blackest disgrace ? 
Who for three years have beiu all their 
power to subjugate a province-, poor, 
thinly populated^ badly defended, and in 
eTery instance, have been overthrown 
• ud discomfited ? 

Upon*vhom. sir, shall the good gen* 
ins I" tins coufiiry OoWn ? 

Review thrse facts and tell me who 
in truth are the authors of their wide 
spreid ruin, this black disgrace which 
shrouds the American name ? 

Let me not be misundr istood. No 
doubt; our gallant frigates have gilded 
ihe national escutcheon with the brigh- 
est beams or glory. To the unbemlim* 
spirit and i-allant conduct of the Amen- 
•ran soldier no man is mure- sensible;, 
Our armies in the north, during the nit 
summer, have fought with an heroic 
bravery worthy the best days of our re- 
volution. Their gallant leaders ore en- 
titled to 'every meed of applause.' But 
all this resolution, and all this gallantry 
but sluouds the cabinet conductors bf 
the war in tenfold darkness. 

How have thebravery, and theresolu* 
'.ion of our armies been applied ? To 
accomplish the unhallowed schemes of 
ambition— to carry desolation and death. 
into a country, feeble, and pacific, and] 
always the friend of our republic, m til 
you forced her to become our -nemy. 
And how, even in this work of Ufjust 
desolation, how have they been directed? 
In a manner weak and fi olish beyond 
example. Look to the Niagara. H< v* 
has the life of man been mado the sport 
of imbecility and ambition \ ! What 
hecatombs of human victims have breri 
sacrificed, in an unmeaning contest for^ 
a Canadian fortress, of no usr to our 
country, finally abandoned as worthless. 



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The fields of Chippewa, of Cornwall* 
of Bridgcwater, and of Erie, aro still 
smoking with human blood, crying io> 
heaven for vengeance. 

O sir. the authors of this wat* cannot 
jthors of | be guiltless. I tell them in the finally* 
of retribution, when the rulers el options 
shall be summoned to answer ai the 
dread tribunal, lbs disgrace, ihe misery, 
the roin and the blood which now 
covers this land, will lie with the weight 
of a mountain on their souis. 

And what is our guilt \ We warned, 
we conjured you to shun the ruin of this 
unnecessary, this guilty war. When, 
you despised all our remonstrances, andl 
made the 1 fatal plunge, we itill invoked 
you to turn your thoughts on peace. 
But when wo found all your armies sent 
on plans of conquest, we appealed to 
heaven for our rectitude.and boldly 'ook 
our stand ; conscious that no blc could 
await our country, more dreadful than 
the guilt of unjust invasion, and an alli- 
ance with the I'rcnsh usurper. Could, 
we unite in plans, which we verily be- 
lieved had such ends in view ? Could 
wo vote for measures to suppoi t a war 
of conquest, which, »n our souls we. 
loathed) as unjust, dishonest, impolitic ; 
We saw the monstrous Tyrant of F. unce 
standing like a Colossus in the midr 
of Europe, beating her liberties to the 
earth, and frowning upon all our free 
institutional so hostile in their nature, to 
his despotic aoul, and bis views of uni- 
versal empire. We saw the first strug- 
gle, for the independence of mankind 
about commeocing.and its issue involved 
in dreadful doubt. 

The wresth of Canadian conquests, 
whether it be woven of the laurel, oy 
the cypress, whether it beam with jus- 
tice and glory, or be dyed in the bind; 
and ciimsoned hues of disgrace and 
guilt shall decorate your brews alone 
We have not, we never had, wc i>ev. r 
will have part or lot in that nnatter. JJut 
for the delencc of our country, evn. 
from those dangers with which your 
madness alone had surrounded her, 
borne down, p 



■i cuted, slandered, pg 
we are by the go*crnmcnt which shauhl 
protect '.is, bora we stand, here \*« pave 
always sioaB, prepared to furnish evei | 
aid, oven m the luat vital drop wl i< , 
,. no-: our l< Such IB the vciy 

frunt of out offers ng. Like o«v opp»« 
us, ant-tin bar of 'ihe people, 
Like h pi -V* shall soon be t at the uaf 
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Journal of Con ere: 



1 .; v.vhe, Tuesday Dec, 13. 
The bill avilhu tiling the appointment of cer- 
•**in N , I : .. ■ ,.-.:. :ii -,1, wis read a 
Third time and pnued. 

fTlio Bill authorises the President of Hip 
ited Slates by and with the advice and con- 
■I ill. Senate, to appoint one Vice Admiral 
wo Rear Adiairnh ; and hxea their com 

p<i iltiOW.] 

^'" "'ii' ■ (legislative business nf moment lias 
'been done within the two lust day*. 

F "Wedncsiiay, TVe. U.— Mr. Gore gtivc no- 
tire iUm lie should to inorrnw ask leave to bring 
in .1 hill f«r allowing to the widow ..f llie laic 

T ice I"i si, hi, i. his s.duvy fur the icaijind :r u< 
tiie Wi 'ii f.r which bo was elected. 

"iVvBSDAT, December 15— The bill from 
the Hoflfii fbr l. .i-i. I,- additional taxes on sales ai 

and , postage and retailers' licences, as n- 

rnended, a/ad read u thiea Lime, and the amend 
in cms tent la ihi: Stnale for their concurrence 
therein, 'The following was the vote on the 

■ ■■!'!,.: full : 

SEAS— Messrs Anderson, Bibb, Bledsoe, 
Brawn, Cli sc,Condit, Fromentin, Gill. ml, I,.i- 
oork. Mason, Morrow, Roberts, Robinson) 
Smith, T.,vW, rurner, Yjri.iim, Walker* WhaT- 
totwiI9. 

N LVS— Messrs Tlir-peU.f iii«, Tloraey, Hon-' 
tci , King, Lambert, Thompson — 7 

Mr. Gore, agrei ably to notice yestent y giv- 
en bv him (.-.nil nra Mr, Erne;, :i- stall d) having 
obtaint lli ,-. lueed » bill authorising 

the payment tortile widow of Blbridgt Gi ry, 
d ' ■ 'i, lull Vict President of tin 1 States, 
of m6h salary aa would Ii to been payable l» 
him, during liie residue of the [erm for whii h 
h 



Mi Piskof X. ^^(^(sen'is^iH.tt it wns iVt 
from the financial Commit u< \ ijficnii'in to in- 
hide this branch of mrmufjeiiire t and 

Th;- motion "I Mr Wheaton Was agrrcd to 
'■>y u great ln.ijinjry, 

Mr. M&on ol N r . C, moved to amend the 
latMC relating to the tax on bale, by Striking 
nit one dollar and fifty cent*, and insert in licit 
ihcreof two dollars. Agreed to. 

Mr. Hi) lies moved to strike out five percent, 
in the proposed tax on paper, and insert three 
ii lieu thereof This mation*Was supported by 
Mr, Eppes, and decided in lire .iffirm.itiie. 

Mr. Bradbury of Mass, then moved to ex- 
oept from the clause tor Using piper, such pa- 
pt i u .- used rorprhuingnewspapers. Uesaid 
■i ha. I ever been the polity of free governments 

to csicourngo the diflujion of information, 
ivhieb tins tax would have a tendency to check, 
lie, 

Mr Hppe* opposed this motion, not from afljl 
lisposilion in suppress newspapers, bee uue lie 
did not believe it would have ibis effects, but 
becaQie be believed the proprietor of a n it >■ 
paper who by his but .'. . tuli l... I ot SOW 
dollars a ye.iv. wa; aafttai ibjeci for taxation 
js the manufacturers, many ot whom derive 
mss profit from their business, &c. 

I ■ notion was rtegai n tl by a large m jor- 
ity rbe bouse proceeded in the. further dis- 
cussion and amendment ol the bill. And about 
-i o'clock 

1 mtnittue rose and rcpoitad il.cb pro- 

di i ' " . to the House— and 
1 lieu tin. House a Ijou ned. 

PkIDAY, lire. 16 — Tne amendments of 
lie Sen t to the bill fot laying additions! 
duties un sale? ai auction, postage and retail- 
ers' licenses, were taken u,i ; and referred 
to the rnminiitce of Ways and means. 

DUnes UN MANUFACTURES, 

The house resumed ifi- consideration of 




of M 

tee. 

Fumy T)»c.23 — To, Sennit determined 

■ ■. its dlsagreemenl to the nmrnd- 

iriet\t*of ihe Ho'iif to ihe Miliii- Draft 

Kill, and jppninled M'-sr* Rinb, Hrnwn and 

German a onmmiites of conference thereon. 



HOUSE OF JiF,PRF.Sr..VT.lTir£S. 
MILITIA DltArTTS, 

Trrsuiv, Die. Li.— The house resumed 
the consideration of the bdl from the Senate, 
authorising ihe President to call imo ser- 
Vict *U,-ii3 miUtis for llie defence of the fion- 
tins. 

The previous qui ititmwaa propoundo/ in the 
usital form, " Shall the main qitrstion be now 
pml* and decided in the affirmaiiie. 101 to 
57. 

The mnin question, vie. on the engrossing 
of the amendments and ordering the bijl-to be 

"■ ' lime, was decided in the affirmative, 

91 in ;i 

On motion of Mr. E»fes of Virg. llie I. .i-_ 
rciolvid ui"!f into a committee of the whole, 

MK (fell f Vi in ihe Chair, on ilie bill to 

provide additional revenuel for defraying the 
«xpenrtni.f It overtime lit, and msinUtii 
piil, In- credl by laying- duties nn vari u 
wares and merchnnuize ; winch bill having 
been read ov< r, the committi"< rose, report t*d 
IJri'jj'rese, and obtained leave to sit sgtin, 

WnttrSfSAv/Dcc 14— The bill from the 
Senate local] upon the sevoral atates and ter- 
ritfuips, foi iln-ii- rcapective quotasnf 8(»,00(j 
tnilititt for Uie defence of the Dvntiers agsinst 
iifi'asion, was read third time tailpassed, I u. 
the bill.Bi— agjunilit,7a. 



propnsrrt 
t«x ol u-ii per cent. j,^r po-iml 'bere wert 
to the mo'iou, 63— af-ain-t it, SO. 

On the quasi ton of concurring in exempt- 
ing dipt caudKs from (ax»iioii, there wer# 
33 sole] in 'he -fiirmailve. 

All the other amendments noted in tha 
pioceedingfl ofyettwday, were agreed to 
without <i dlviirioa, 

Ti^iher ainen-Imenti mai?e totbe details 
in tnpfwll bnving ht-n agreed to, 

Mr. WrigHt, ol Md. moved to place 
visittntj end. in the same clause of taxation 
as playing cards ( whieti mctioo w^i egrced 
'• by tlte following vote ;— For the ino;ion 
63— aj;jinsi it, C9 

Mr. Oakley, ui N Vorjc, moved to ammd 
'he 1st icction ol Ihe bill, so bi to reduce 
be propo;td ta \ on leather frrm ten to five 
per cent, ad-valorem ; which rtotion, alter 
-nn»ideraMe debate, was ngrecd lo by tlie 
inllowing vce ;— For the motion, 1C4— 
rga'nit it, 53 

Mr. Kilhouro, or Ohio. tbeD moved an 
■mendment, id* object of which w-* iotas 
candle* of spermaceti, ei the rfetuof three 
centa r»er pound; which moucn provajle,'. 
by 'he foil .wing vote :— For the motion, 74, 
ngafnit it. 51. 

And the bill was then ordered to be rn- 
gmssrd lor a third readiog tomorrow — 
AnJ the house adjourned. 

: ^*.Trstt*T, Dec. J7. 

Tlie Ifotise have had undar consideration this 
day the bill for laying dutiL-n „n houshold furni- 
ture, on horsea, and on golJ and silver watches. 
The rule of duties lo be imposed are as follows, 
iiz i 



Mr. Yanft-y of N. C. moved tr, amend th 
nil by striking n«» ihrefrom the 41st set 
|ion of ihe bill, which pledges the continue nc 
in force of this bill for ll.e purpnsr of es'ah 
lishing an adequate revenue to jny thr ex 
penses ol government, the prir.rip.l and in 
urestol tlie public debt, Ac and to create 
■ n adequ lie dirking fund, Ac (ir. the same 
manner as all the internal rluiies enacted 
■'"ring the- present session are proposed to 
tie pledged). 

On tlii-i motion a very rnterettlng but de- 
sulfoiy debate arose. In whffeh, MflSSTS. Yan 
Cey, C^lbnun.Rhea, Lnwndes and Toffair nil- 
vncated the motion, and Messrs Kpnes, In- 
<ersoll, Potter, Duvsl, Fiodley, Gro»venoi, 
Hawkins, Webster, Pickering, Newton am. 
Nelson opposed it. 

rite question being at length taken on this 
motion, was decided in ihe neeative — 105 to 
45. 

O her unsuccessful motions wer= made h 
imend ihe bill. 

A 1 5 o'chek the bill wis ordered to bi- 
engri'ssed for a riiird reading, — And the 

House adjourned, 

I MUftsDAV.DB-c 2. 
DIRECT l\X. 
The bill layii-g a^ltrect tnx upon the V. 
States, WA* re»d« tfllrd time. 

The quMlion was tuk.,and decided a* 
f: 1 1 i»*:— Yini IC6\ fVi' > '. 

S.> the bill was p s ed and stnt to theSsn- 
lie for concurrence. 

MILITIA DRAFT BILL. 
The Haute took op the message of the 
senate announ'-ing their agreement' to some, 
md disagreement r« others of the nmend- 
nents made hv Ui.ii H .use to their hill for 
oihorisiug the Pr<-'ii1eni of thf U. Si.ites to 
■all into service «0.000 militia. [Amongst the 
lotodoitnTs disagreed •« by the Senate, wa?* 
^t redueiug the term of service from two 
>ears toone vear, and that authorising the 
■ \-, civeio make requiii'jons nn the militia 
offv-ers directly, ie cri« of failure of the 
Governors to comply with the demand irnda 
nn them for thatoli/c J 

rhe-Hnuie prnceedeu si-para'im to insist 
on alt itt amendments lo wMch the Senate 
hid disagreed ; and a cenferenca w.i«i ap- 
pninted ttigoln the committee of the Senate 
in 'h^t rti'ij-ct. 

Th? amendment) nf ihe Senate lo the bill 
which pissed 'he House supplementary to 
he 25 million snl 9 millii n loan act-, were 
taken up and agreed to. And ihe House 

n j cmed. 

FfltrMY Dee 93. 
Mr. TioUp of Georri* reported a bill to 
.urb-i Uc Hw Prestdent of the United States 
in raise ccrtein companies of Rmrersfor the 
defence of the frontiers ©f the Uoited States, 
md to repeal certain acts heretofore passed 
on tnis sooject ; which W4i twice read and 
committed. 

National rank. 

The House resulted ii»el( into a committee 
ofthi whnle, Mr. M-icoh In the chiir, o a 
the N-linmtl B-nk Bill, from the Senate, but 

udjouiued wlihoui s dvrikion. 



'LA. ..«' S"ee^WBHBHBn»?WMmPCT?^ 

PORTSMOUTH ORACLE. 

fATTFJDAY, DECBMBER SI, 18!*. 

— ■ ■ ■ — *»■■'!- r.|'|'HEj>fl, | 'I'li'mrm. 



THE LAST D.1Y OF THE YKJB, 

Thiiie is i\l«ftj'5 snindhin; very melancholy 

in the iden nf the la*t. fVhnhcr wa nre lo taki- 

ii fa.r-'Mell of a friend, or of a person, for whom 

we nnver felt the slifthttat affection ; whether nn 

Brfl for the I an time to vietr n tier, or stone, 

ivhirli Itrtsf b ( >co fnmiliai to u«, bnt in which w* 

neie never lulbre interested, we invariahly, on 

LBktng the hutiookj ficl great heaTinetsof lieiul 

It i' al-n n iib gloomy reflect ion f, thai we alwny- 

regBfd the l. ,( day Of a year. Tha tan iloei 

noilhcn apparently shine with bis nsnal bright* 

nr«*, and seems to look with pensive *aJnes» 

upon hi- irnninaiion of another nnnual aourse. 

The rivcia flow with a molancholy mm inur into 

he oecnii, as if aolicipating the period, when 

imr .linn be swallowed np in eternity: and the 

..winds si-rii with horror among the dty letve* of 

ihe forest, TU if bidding an elernal aJisu lo the 

y-eavuod to lbs world. This day admonitbes 

ii* thul a yciir will in a few moments be gene to 

ritiitn no mote forever; ihnt a long and valoa- 

bl( port 'on of our life it soon to he closed ; that 



Dirttt Tax of Sir AfUifon.—Th9 
House nf Rcpreaematives were oeeupi- 

t-tl on Mo iduy prkictpally in »n,. ..^ 

and urronging ihe datails of the bill for 
It lying b Direct T^.x or Six Millions of 
DolldTB. Ihe tiilleppoitiona the uinount 
amongst the differcnl Stales in the fol- 
lowing mani,tr :— 



T«i 



On liousehnld fiuniturc kept for use, tlie 

nl ninth m anv one family [with tEe 

Dec 15— Mr. C.holson of Vn ■ ■ . wur. ., i i . ■ i„ ( bedding, kitchen furniture, 

leutcdtlie petition rjf Amy Dar- 1 fomilj ;... tit i, and articles made in the family 

apain referred tothecomiwitt.ee bom dumi itii matetiala) sli^ll exceed Jaycin 

m mey ant) imt (ceeding S 4^0, 



i ntfu a\ 

onct pp. 

dm, whicli «" 

et pensions an revfilntionuri, claims. 

DUTIES ON M CSUFAl ■ I tl 

The House, on motion of Mr Rpp sof Vn. 

Resolved indfimo a committei <.i '.:il whole, 

on tlte bill "'to- provide addition I . ■ :■■■ 

ng -,'i- eapeiiaes of Gevrmmcnt, snd 

maintaining id" public credit, by laying duties 

mva mi goods, waros nd mere) indite, man. 

ufacturcd wsUmii the t' 1 Slate*.'" 

[This biU pn pi ■ ■■ lay on "ll the frilmwliip 
manufactures f] ■ dutti ■ (penJfied in the folio w- 
I -it on, ihi bill .mi 
i ■ ii ii, per t.,i,, one. dollar. 
Castings of ivon r p«!r ton l a dollnr'JQeente. 
1' u iron. | i p ion, one doHur 
liolb ■' 'i sin uou. |> r ni'i, 
1 i ■■ "is ' i-ti'b .ii.-! s;. iv ., in:,i)..' Mholb-, or 

in i in i j hiner; . pi i- ; I, mil cent. 

i itidli BOf ap erm aceii or white wax, nor pound 
4cti .1 nts 

Mould cutdlei of tallow, or of was other 
■ ■ ■ , 'ii inpwt ofcscb, per pound, three 
cent*. 

Hift candles of tallow, or WBX other than 
vh.ie, or in part of each, per pound, 3 cents. 

Urn*, caps, of leather or fur, and boruieta, et- 
-eeptioade entirely tiom wool, »ilk, cotton or 
linen, or :n purl from eneh, or which, if iiu.de 

ttom other materials, shall not exceed in value 
one dollar and filly tents, eight per centum aJ 
■ ■ 

J*sper, f ve per centum ad Tsionim. 

Sai'.dlcs sud bridles, six per centum ad valo. 
rum. 

Itnuit nod bootees, csoeedinn S dnllurt per 
.pair ii, ruluc, fi% e pur centum ad valorum. 

Flaying cards, fifty per centum ad valorntn. 

Beer, uc iind poi'itr, six per centum ad valo- 
TUUX 

'I ofeneco, segars and snuff, tw«nly per oentuir. 
ad valorura, 

Leatlior, including therein, ill liidci iuii! 
■kins, whether tanned, tawed, dressed, or oth- 
erwise made on ihe original manufacture there- 
of, ten per centum advalorum .] 

Mr, King of Mass, moved io amend tins 
Clause li> as to reilucr th L l:,v on nulla Jrom one 

ohalf a cent per pound— ■which be 
ported bj ;. variety of observations. 

Tlie motion was opposed by Mr. Fisk, of Vt, 
Mr.Kppea :,nd Mr. Ktlbourn, and supporud 
>■; Ml WUlian Heed . and wa»negativvd, ayes 

Various moflfficationsoftliil clause were pro- 
posed one only of which succeeded, viz. to in 
Ber 1 ' <,r mlled," after Uk- Word cut. 

Mr. Win ton moved to amend the clause for 
1**ing bats, by inserting among the except ium. 
Vueh ae an mam ofati w, in ninpftrl of whicji 
inotKin. lie- made a number of ingenious mid 
: remarks, arising from the domestic 

ol this manut'.icture princlpaUy carried 
*»i '•> the vonng females of the eastern si»>i. 

Mr. W ightol Md. in an equally good humor - 
wtuitlit objl ■ d tothr motion i deeming 
'' i which adorn our ladies' 

"- m lieii i.e-rietojill) changing fashions, 

•* .'-i ibjo is ot uuuitioi, 



IUJV 



/J.UUU, 



xeeecung jj iw. one dollar j if 
'''■"■' 84 J and notcxcti \ >:- S6WJ, one dol- 
lar fifiycinii; ifabove *>(>" and not exceeding 
S100O, -In , dollara; ii above g 1000 and not 
exceeding B1500, sSxdotlMiij U tbaveg'1500 
exccedtng 83,000, ten IoIIomj if above 
)2j000 and i ii . needing gj,000, -seventeen 
LloUarej it above gj,o00 and not ekecedine 
2J4.0UO, twcnty-cigltt dollara t if above R4 0uo 
andnoi exceeding 36.000, torty-6ve dollara : 
1 .ibove gt...)y0 un.l not exceed 
sevemy-fiK ,|. i, : ,-y. 

On everj t, ..„ , kept exclusively fortbeead- 

."' -'""■■■■ II it . on every horn .kept exclusively 

tor the c*rria] :, one dollar and fiftv centa and 

'"■■"• borst kept bod, for Ihe' saddle and 

- irnagi . ,.-.,. dollar and Bfti ..-nts. 

Onevei-y gnM watch kept'fot use, Iwp dollara t 
■'"•■ "i. ev r; ..i- . .1 , ,\, m) , .|,,]]. ir . 

" " ' liflrnitute is declared Whbin (he 

n S oi the »ei to include piolures, pla e 

■ li i : ■ aid timC'piccee, except watches mtlas 
oxeltlding books, uuips arid pbilosopbical an- 
paratus. 

The remainder of the act principally «#poct* 
Ibe assessments and collection ol the dun,-.— 
It was ordered to be e-ngnHb B d for u. >V;,d 
leading. — 

MowoitT, Dr-c. 19, 
CLERK OT TUt HOUSE, 

TbeSpsakrr Iwd oefoiothe fiou.ealetur 
from Patrick Mac^rudtr their Clerki partly 
denjiiig and partly conlesMng the >t ueiu«n's 
o! ibe Cnrotutttee on hi* cotidurt am) tkhl- 
caliuB, Read, snd with tha report, referred 
o j select commiut-e. 

TAX ON HOUSE FUUN1TURR, 4 C 

Tie nil oo this suhjact passed. f Jr 10B 
Agemst 4S. 

THE DIRECT TAX BILL 
vVxs ugiin tatrn up in commlile*. was 
Tided, and reported to tlie Huu<».. 



Eppks had 
Othci mem- 



TuriDav, Dec. D'l.-Mr 
iHffe ol ihsenc« tup 15 dny. 

ben net - limilarly indulged. 

lb-: bill 'o Ullow the widow of the Vice. 

I'm lident Gkhbi bii ifllurj'.waa rend i wits*, 
tod i ' i. niMta. 

T-»XONTHE TERRITORIES 
On motion of Mr< St0CKT"M, me Cum 
Iiittet ol Ways and Means we- e dim led 10 
nepoi'l on iht eapedieocy of impoMng a Di- 
-t-c- 1 «x on Hit district of Cctftim Ilia .end the 
several lenitnriesof th* United States, tec. 
DIRECT TAX BILL. 
The arm Aliments ptoposed to be made u» 
this bill in Cominittee of the Wiiohs, were 
'■ken op by the House. A m ottoi 
out i'il word " annually," wis negittvcd 102 
•o50. -.— 

WnilU'SBIV, Dec. '2I.~Thi " ■:-, ,r 

<uautd th.- i ■ i,;i,i. ' ration of ihi bdl n-i ! •-.,,. 

din i ■ .x of -ix millions of C'.ll • ■ i. ■ 
'he Uai'ed btatcs. 



Ncw-Bfimpshire, 

jMii.u.-lmietti 

Klmdr-IdlBNd 

Conne>tirut 

Vermont 

New- York 

Nea -Jersey 

I'l-nnsylvanfe. 

Dsla»are 

Maiylaiid 

Virj;itiitt 

Kuutucky 

Ohio 

Nortb-CaroliDB, 

Tennt;-ee 

Siiuih-Caiwltnt, 

Geornid 

LoHiiian* 



Z>. 1^.1,5(16 74 
632,541 9li 

61»,*0i 36 
SIG,SS5 41 

SO, 0117 13 
B60,*M -U 
S17.T49 66 
706,953 32 

64,092 SO 
SOS ^i7 58 
T ..1,360 38 
Bfl7,R57 58 
S0S..100 2it 
410,176 56 
32rt,i73 (0 
503, mo 96 
189,1172 98 

56,390 23 



D. 6000,000 00 
Prom ihe Federal KepuMicdn. 

Rrflort on Patrick Magruder'g Conduct. 

Mr. Pearioti, from the coromilleo ap- 
pointed upon the above subject, road in 
bl9 place on M inday, 12th inet, a long 
and e'ale tcpnrt, which went very severe- 
ly toeetisue the clerk. The report 
s'.ateB ibe opinion of the comrniltce, tlmi 
the public library was lost, through the 
neglect of (he clerk or his officer*. 

On the ^object nf bis account!, a 
scene of tvasto and profusion wai open. 
<d which astonished the House. Be- 
iwoen In, 11 = 17 and S^ptcmbor of this 
)•..., tl,*i committee ft d ovev clurgej 
by ihe clerk which they refute tr> allow. 
And theyiiate that ll.u cUik had in the 
aarue priv-d drawn from *l he treasury, 
not for public use, or tl least not appli- 
ed to public use, upwards of .Vtneieen 
Tit-jvtand DoUart. Filly thousand dol- 
lar* wos llie wboie autn drawn dining 
lli o above period. The enormous p-o- 
lusion, wbifh we have not a doubt has 
long existed tn this department, is in 
part exposed. The house and the coun. 
t-y nre much indebted io Mr. Pearson 
and the committee fo/their poracveriot; 
inv«Htigxttfjtt| which baa tDdcd in this 
important ili^ctosure. 



D) MOCU4TIC DECF.KCY. 

TV rhirti. r.l tourant tavs, "Wnnve infoim- 

i.t ilmi (me of (he bells of tlim city nas pat io 

moiioo lest Miui'.i.iv niKtn.noii hy n eormin 

'■'• , th- lot the tiiashnbas ratidad t» ihi 

town, has caused tfee fwll io toll ofiemt than 
any other praeiitioner in it, ami In il-at way 
tiM-u in eminent wrv*« by rsditoing iba niituhei 

nl Ormor idlit \Qtctn— uoaily Ihiny io oni- 

IIHIIIIl. 



the itrtr.tr' "f ('nii;idn have hlely bad o » a - 

rii-i ? ot roovnurnl*, eenf.Robinionsmd Brii- 

Ixirn . ■■■ill, ■(.. 'I in. i, ' r >, have baen nidi red to 

' ■ ■ ' ■" I ' ■ I an I to ii, I osvei 

Ki mp ami 1'ohcu « nh Kimcluuc'v llnlilax. 



lie shall limn be one year nearer the grave; thai 
whether w.- have improved «r mispent ths*; year, 
that has now almost rolled away, a strict ac- 
count or out ess of it has bean kept, and will 
o -e day he exhibited to oor ditgrace or honor. 
l*artiD£ tr;ih the old year is like pari in; w oh nji 
old arojiRinlAnce^fUehave heea so long tog-eth- 
er, (bat u. lifl - lolu'aVtarsmcnt to i'. Tomer- 
tow rr must resign thiTold frisnd to form a new 
one Tha sound of 1814, which has so long 
charm-d us, will after this night afford us little 
mnro p!e* are, than the year 20. To-day, this 
year and ourrelvei are to part forever -, ourselves 
tp continue in the coarse of our eni tbly proba- 
tion, and this year to be numbered wiib the years 
before the flood. We love to trace ibe many 
cheerful hours, as have ymssi'd together t to 
dwell though with painful remembrance upon 
our many sorrow*, which thi; year has a ilne-*- 
ei\ ; and we cannot fail to recoiled and feel con. 
niiion fur the various instanoen o) onr criminal 
ahaFa of it. Of this good old year we should 
lake a pnthelic aad nOeuiionate Irav? by wisely 
talking over the manner, in whii'h w ; have em- 
ployed ii, ami by crowiliug into the remamflrr 
of it as many virlnous deeds, m we are ald P| 
that ii may pais to etsrniiy deootaied nidi ai 
lea'l a frw records of human garnlnrss. 

Willi very different feelings 1m tttir day viewed 
bv iirople of different ages. Childhood, thai 
looks forward lo the novel and vigmnus jbyi 
efyoath,coBtidc[BChe la'i day of a yeara*ih* 
(iieeuiKir io a new ami more delightful season, 
when spring shall give animation lo nature, 
and deration to ihe spirits' of man. Youth 
consular! ihe Ian day of a year, a? eilvaneirif 
him to the calm am] refreshing clora ol turn me ~, 
or the period of sober manhood, wben he shall 
enjoy ihe huuon of his early Indiirtry, and suffer 
'•■ '■ licrn tumuli uous pas«inn*, raping appefiles, 
ami ihe fmouent agonies ol di Appointed atTro- 
(ion. Manhood vieWf the la« day of a year, 
as a friend, who is introducing him to ihe am 
mmnal «er*nity of vir'iinus age, 1 lie roan, ad- 
vanced in life, vi*«rs tha last day of a ytar, as 
the herald of a dreadful wiuter, that is to tie* 
iium.i his noblest faculties and passions, and 
inn>e him nseleg to the World, He marks the 
finitinets of the ground, the cbillnejn of the air, 
an* ihedi'eaiy length of the nights, and ponders 
mo.i pathetically upon th* dark and gloomy 
valley of the shadow of death. 

There shall be nn end not only to this year 
and lo tin- lives of men, but to " (his great ghdm 
itself." That day may seem very distant to ue, 
n- fftis day 0dm seemed very distant, but ii diall 
a* certainly he present, as the moment which ha 
Just arrived, and shall roll npon uj very rapid- 
I) and unexpectedly. Then shall begin a new 
ytar, of nhirh there shail never be a r lose lo fill 
us with sorrow. Then shall man be clothed 
with a neu and glorified horty, that thai! he 
subject to no mortifying dissolution or dceay. 
Then shall be "a new htnven and a new earth, 
where pleasure shall lie without weariness or in- 
Urruplion, Tliete clones let it U remembeMtl 
aie reserved for all those, who shall this day 
takes latt farewell of ihsir vices and form new 
babits of righieoasnosF and virtne, 



TO Tirz RDiron. 

M r A>§tt!r.ros, Dec. 1^, 181*. 

Dfah Snt, — 

The Senate has voted to dixngree to 
the amendment of the llo.ise of Hcprc- 
■entalives in nnns's Bill rerJucin K tho 
term or the Conscript Militia from far- 
years to one. 

I cnniiot say. It tnak« no difference i:. 
the principle. In either case the law 
is equally opposed to Consul ufioonl 
provisions, and subversive of all our 
ideosof political liberty. 



The Senate prefer t« 
Which House will finally yield 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Da. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Q-ntftion. — What is the political dandine. of 
a. i Inhabitant of Portsmouth in the brate of 
Naw-ftAmpiMrtf 

ybtiii-ff.— Ha is ft citiran of ihe United Sitttes 
and aeuojast of ihefilneof New-BDjnpsbire. 

Q- — 'Holt hat power doe. he owe his allrgiiinef? 

-^■— To Ihe power thai governs and prot«ut- 
bim in his just rights.— When he i- ahwnt from 
th» United Slates, ho then looks to the United 
Stales for |ir<jiti-uoD. When in PorUmouth or 
in any other pari of lhi« Klaie, he ex»ect« pro- 
tection from the State of New-Hampshire. 

Q. — Why does he owe allegiance to (he Uni- 
ted States? 

A — Because, owing allegiance to his own 
(tale, hi ii bound by any eampan made by his 
n w ii Stai»; and a< ihi. State, will, older*, have 
yielded for an uideunilr lime, errlnin portions 
ol ivt sovereignty io tha United sinie., *u every 
iiihaWiiaui nftkii Slate, when payiugdue nbedi- 
tnce io U.r law. ot ibe Cnitad Stales, j< Uriel iy 
imil truly oinynig ihe sovereign authority oj 
the Mad- of Ni-w-Ilani[i«hire. 

(~l — Huh i« he made >eii'ible of the power 
uud ptfltrotian iifrhe Hints of Kaw-Ifai ip fniic 

At— By behjg protepied by *lftndin]t law! of 
this State in hie life, tlbertj ami piopi tty, from 
ihe violcnee or aceronchamlsol otlwrs. 

Q —Mow is hemaderensfnle ol the power and 
pr<iieoiioi, nl Hie United Sinies ? 

.1. — fc'mim-i!r when he bud liberty to purme 
llishom i industrioai bnsine in nther parts o| 
Ihewovld, he felt himself pnileciedhf the power 
nl Ihe D SinttS by Ihe way ol Uraiir,, &. . lj n | 
now he only recogniws ihe power ami pMiection 
ol the U Male, by the way of taxes of »niiou» 
kind. ; and he scarcely eiei find- nn officer ol 
the I ui 1 1. 1 "tales, troiuju-ii. he has any ibing 
. do, bin be tin.!. l*J0rTVtbs,| uv*>n ta j^er. 
Et dfpTy, 



furui BBSS* . 



The Lnnd Tax is going through lh« 
Souse of Representatives. The Bi'l 
lays a lax of six millioni, [twice the 
amount of the lust tax], not only f ■ ■?» 
i.e XX year, but for every year io com-. 
As It now stands.lhe tax ie to beannu .1 
and perpetual, ji/j to ihe amount of six 
millions. 

A permanent land tax of six millions] 
a year is thus iikoly io be one of t'i» 
consequences, and certainly not one rtf 
the worst consequences, of this mU-i a- 
ble War. — The sum assigned io New- 
Hampshire is one hundred and ninety* 
three thousand, five hundred and eighty- 
six dollars, and eoventy-four cents. 

Bills have passed the House of It - 
preaentatives for increasing the carrt «c 
tax, the tax on domestic distilled spir- 
its, the license tax, fite. tic. The fol- 
lowing new taxes are also imposed, viz. 
A tax on Furniture, 

Do. Saddle fc carriage Horses, 
Do. Pig Iron, 
Bar Iron, 
Hollow Ware, 
Nails, 
Hoots, 
Hats, 

Saddles and Bridles, 
Leather, 
Candles, 
Strong Beer, 
Paper, 

Snuff and Tobacco, 
■nd also incrcaatng the rales of postage 
on letters snd paper*. 

It is not t-iisy to say with any exact- 
ness it-hai «i" be the amount of tfn-s: 
Taxes to he collected in N. Hampshire 
withintlie year. A great rmny of the 
'nxalilc articles, manufactured in other 
States, a^e consumed in N. Hampshire; 
so that the ciiizena of that State will ae. 
toally pay much more than is collected 
within tlie Stat". It is contemplated 
lh3t all l he war taxes will produce twer- 
ly-two millions a year. You can easily 
calculate by the proportion Of population. 
Whnt will be paid by New-Hinij.s'i re. 

Exclusive of v. hat is paid on*nTticIea 
mjnufoctored in oilier States, find col- 
lected there, I should suppose that (he 
whole amount of continental taxes, rti, 
rert and indirert, to be paid by New- 
Hampshire, next year, and collecled 
within the State, cannot he less^than 
four hundred thousand dollars. How 
the people Mill find the means or pay- 
infj these tuxos, I know not. Indeed, a* 
to collecting twenty-two millions of tax- 
es in the United States, in one year, un- 
der present circumstances, in my opin- 
ion it cannot be done. The eotfhtry has 
not the ability to pay such an amount. 
Il )s out of the question. 

Some of the Southern S'ates, cspe- * 
cially Virginia and Georgia, have alrea- 
dy pas-.ed what they rail " siofi lav/ty" 
to prevent the recovery of debts ; be- 
cause the people are not able to pay 
their debts. 

All the Banks in this quarter, as you 
know, have long since ceased lo psV 
iheir note*. Of course their notes are 
fist depreciating. They are now at 
least twenty per cent bHow par at this 
place, and daily growing worse. 

Indeed, sir, I eee nothing but Peace, 
which will save us. I am perfectly sat- 
isfied, that tho Government cannot go 
on with Ibis War, without a change of 
it 9 measure* — and I do not believe that 
it is in the power of mortals to inspire 
it with a resoluiinn lo make ami change 
Whatever. 1 doubt whether the his'tiry 
"/ the world furnishes an eramfilr nf 
equal fierverxenesB and delusion. 



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iS'umbrr O.V£ / ' 

Mr. Werstbb, in bis late S|ierrh on tneenli't- 

ineiil ol i*,nor,, .i„,,,l ifta,. ( |,n UOVSVI ,. 

could not enliflt more than 1000 annually.— Dur- 
inn the present west we understand a minor has 
been enlisted by a recruiting officer at ibis port 
— number one ! 



CompJimtnt to the Ytinkrn. ' 

We are informed hynn offir*r laic!? fmm the 

t.oninrv, that during a hue homhnidmeiit of 

Port Brie hyihe Brilbb, n shell was divharged, 

into the gartisuo, charged with tnouutct ! 

The American Envoy* at Ghent, enlaced lTi» 
irhonnei Herald, of Baltimore, then lying at 
Amsterdam, to he prepared to tnke ont, de.- 
patches tor Araorir.a, soon after the sailing of 
Hie Chauneey. 

Col. Jospin f) T,f*rnpd, of Iho Sith R»-r. 
in-- bren ra«hh>red by a Court Martial held "hi 
Portland, ol which Oen. Chandler wa* president. 

Aiajor-ficneral U*nD hns lieen DXrntfd fr«A 
serving as a memlter on ibe dial ol Gen. WiT 
kiiisun, to I-? held at Ulica, anil Gen. Porter 
ordered in his place. 

Ii is vaid, Mr. Mokbor has called npon the 
Oovcinor of Pennsylvania for 41)00 militia, to 
be enrolled for th#Mrvirc»f tha United Stale!, 
anil itniionad ma direction towards Haltimorp 

lb.- Pivwdent of the United State*, has ro n - 
lexted in, (apt. Ai.ax. ?aviBn, of ihe Murine 
Corps, the brevet rank of Major, m reward anil 
hwhOr of the gallantry displayed by him in iha 
Held of btittte at Bladonsbure, on tha 24th of 
August. last. The President himtMf for hi, hra- 
sery on ihi. occasion Oeseives a btevei. or its- 
ibex a, ariwut, ' 



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THE SPOTTED FEVER. 

A writer in the list Gazette on the 
■utyec: of this disorder, which has 
made us appearance in our nci K hW- 
liootl says : — 

■j "This Typhus Fever, (or as it iii m - 

proptrly called *fiottcd)t\* of latc e j. 
dcmical, or more K eneni||y, prevalent in 
certain scatiuns of oar country. The 
cause of its prevalence i, like that of all 
ether epidemics, owiirg to the peculiar 
state of the atmosphere and the predis- 
position ol our bodies to receive it, 
thcretore, wliutvcr breathes this com- 
mon, .md cold atmospaete (its purcnt), 
is liable in agrcaUr or less degree 10 
receive it. Hut it ia not contagious or 
ogmmunicatsd from one to ihu other, aa 
••jaf^coplt: generally are fearful and believe. 
These who are moat liable to it, and al- 
most those alone, are who fatigue them- 
selves by too frequent and assiduous 
patchings with tho aid-.. The intem- 
perate, and who violently oxert them- 
selves or carelealy expose ihemselves 
to the leather, the young and infirm 
fcnmlos who go too thinly clothed, and 
wear cobweb shoes and stockings. 
JPeople who live differently are seldom 
sick with this disease. 

'■ I's name and nature are great de- 
■biluv and derangement and pain of the 
"hen! and_ynsbs, Sec. It however attack* 
5ti many forms. Its general manner of 
.in.,. :. in this vicinity, is with a greater 
or Jess pain in the head and limbs, op- 
pression, and sometimes a sickness at 
The stomatk, cold limbs, i he pulsv some, 
times slow, then quick and small, de- 
lected countenance and great gencrul 
debility. It somctinicfc appears here, in 
deceitful hums, such as the pulmonic 
lover, the pleurisy, calarrh,and » ' L .■ n. 
lion in tho head. In other places it is 
recorded as apprarinir like the eholic, 
«ar aclie,palpitation of th heart,nervous 
fcrad ache, I thargy, palsy, and some- 
times by a pain or singular sensation in 
some extreme part of the body, and 
fiavels thence, in a straight course to* 
W-i r d% the head. 

" Ir thasc symj'loros do not prove the 
exigence of the typhus fever alone, I 
think they pai take of it so much us to 
make it necessary for every physician to 
be guided by the typhus when he treats 
these complaints. Almost every reign- 
in IT tpidemicassjmes a monarchy over 
every other common disease. 

" The spats that appnar in this ajis- 
ajase are merely occidental. They may 
perhaps indicate greater malignancy, or 
the morbid action may be mote concen- 
trated upon the lar - r blood-vcss Is or 
cutanous^ience 'heae petechial spot*. 
" However the lile oi tne patient de- 
pends wholly upojn an early and proper 
treatment. If thft is strictly atwnded 
| , dcR more than one out oF &•* hundred 
Will die acco ding id the ace mats Iron' 
phyticiasis of the higuoat respectability 
who have treat d it, and from what lit- 
tle Lhave aeen of it. 

t> Every person who may ba attacked 
in either of the ahove forms that have 
occured in this vicinity ought to be got 
into a gentle perspiration. For Aria 
purpose they will put their fe»l for fif 
teen ar twenty minutes into warm Water 
os may be tolerable, (salt water is best). 
They should be kept in bed, under evory 
Circumstance which can ensure warmth, 
ttnd gentle petsnitaiinn. Thoy may Ihcn 
take hot tela, made cither af peppermint, 
r,ago, sparemint. pennyroyal, ground 
tiemiack, Sec Then strong- broths wall 
seasoned, miy be given in like manner ; 
p juj of hot watar or warm rocks 
tihauid be applied to the feet and lo K s, 
•Ice. In this situation the patient wlli 
be ready for medicine if necessary. 

» Physicians should generally be con- 
sulted in the medical treatment. People 
«ut of the profession ought never 
prescribe. 

« As this stage or the disease, regards 
only the practitioner, I shell mention 
nothing more than a few things that I 
tiavu found uniformly to succeed when 
properly and early administered. Stim- 
nUnls and tonics should be usod as lib- 
erally as tho patient will bear and tho 
case require. The patient, should be 
kept in a comfortable roora.oecasionslly 
■ventilated, sweating now should be 
dropped as it debrlitatea. Any wander- 
-inrj pains some warm application will 
remove. 

'&Ut ne nn(l B r *nriy a9 stimulants. 
WmWs preferable as its effects are 
wore lasting. Sornclim«3 Fowler's 
a^iociijlsnlinion may be given in it. Oc- 
cusioPiwy the body maybe rubbed with 
warm vinegfc.--', sometimes blisters are 
aecessary.but not when they irritate and 
debilitate. All preparations of opium are 
excellent. Opium, calomel and cam- 
phor in pills preferable. Gentle emetics 
ire sometimes requisite. Wellseasoned 
bmihs should be freely given without 
fjlid meat. 

« Bleedings and repeated or drastie 
cathartics are highly dangerous and 
fatal. Many have been hurried to their 
-Kiives being kept in uncomfortable cold 
£, ims and the use of debilitating physir , 
preposterously and unqualifiedly ad- 
Bimatered by oSUi-uspBupic not of the 
pr alLBbion. Enemas must be preferred. 



>o» t«i ORACLE. 

"Ah, <W wll! do— that trill do. Tii the 
tety thing to make a itir. What * tnOHe!— 
Bnw mvt the Major will he! Row the ladies 
will state! How every body will wonder who 
I am ! How Anna will fret, and bite her lip', 
through vary vexation '■ And then the frown* 
of Mim Crape! <) 'lis the very be*l thins 
I ever did!" — Such Mr. Printer, were sunie t>l 
the cogitation* of Rn-H*Rua* he folded up bti 
communication for your i i ■< paoer, and nib- 
bed his haadu in «e1f-approbaiinn. Finding 
Dick eajnying *n much wli-comptarency, *o well 
plea-ed with what he had done, I waj willing i" 
■■ r ■ ni . what titi ..;..■.■ would t>e when he should 
it .11 ii what wai the reception in ■ nsay met, among 
your readari. I should never hivvo tioncfd the 
piece at all, had il not been far ih* high glee of 
Dick in anticipation of the grtut talk il was to 
make. Two *>r three- evening* after il was print- 
ad Dick had a ine opportunity »l knowing 
what wa, thoaght of his essay— or lather of 
knowing that it wa« icarcely thought of at all. 
At a large narty «t" ladiet and genllvuiea, the 
piece was introduced by Dick himself. The first 
lady to whom it w;»> mentioned had twit seen it. 
The second had teen il and reaJ ii, hut it had 
H^Arcely left an Impression upon her mind. The 
ihird n-i v .11 i ly u^uiLi-l l.'i>t I...IL 1 v(a|nrF^wA 
hudlieenintuwn.and where ^Ii»- L'mp.' lieed/or 
really she had not the pleasure of > n '■■■ m ; ! i ■( 
i>f ihem. A [burin had read it, but could God 
neither wit, jioinl not uieauing in h, and thougkt 
tho writer muit be a fool. (Jritut was prenent, 
for whose talents and learning Dirk hud the 
most profound respect, and Dick in *■*• caralesim 
manner at liei*"iil<i, a-tted him whui he thought 
-if the pieee. "Why," i&id Crihir, '.' i r cad the 
■hiag, lint il would ne*er havo mime iniu 
my mind again had it nut been rrtciiuoned to 
me. Il uns written by some ill-UAtured scrib- 
bler, who intended Kit injure the lutliogr of some 
body ; bm who wan meant, I really raunoi con- 
ceive. It is a-, hannlen however, a* an adder 
*hen dfpfived "f ins .-mig. The ijj«' has as 
.niioh vnnitv a' ill nature. He t"*!^t>v cla — 
■ nK hiroflf and hi' pitiful scribbling with JdtU- 
(onatld bis -ipeciator : and .with jun n* much 
ii"l,rieiy as the fly upon tb« aoach wbeel ex- 
claimed, " bud what a dual rw innei" The 
•xtracu which lie ha* borrowed have wit and 
01.11,1, in the bonk from which they au>in'.;en, 
bur at Dick hn> roftl a^:'' ,l 'l>''>n, thay are " gold 
hid in the da m." Crilitt went nafuiiher. The 
murks ni eoofaiion up>i« Dwfc'i «.ou menance 
betrayed the author ot the uieee. 

HARRY. 



Plattsbuhg Dec. 9. 
« UNCLE SAAi's PAY." 
The detached Milma ot this state, who 
isve been stationed at tbi» ptut (or these 
three months past, are prlnaijaally discharg- 
ed, and are 10 latve thi» place io-dny. For 
the encourugeaien of the ritislaB of *bi-< 

ute t unlit* in defence of "Free Trade and 
-ailor 8 Rights,"' — and, whto called for, to 

urn nut " to a man," and mirch lo subdue 

;t* Cinadau, we have to inform them thai 
•lie aforesaid militia are now permitted to 
leave tliia, and get to tlieir homes os they 

■ni, wittiout (an tbey inform ut.) a cental 
i/icir flay, or even s* mucb aa the r$cr 0/ u 
noltlary ireaiurynote 



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Brlt-a.liflr-r.eneral Jopiier Thunderbolt TTil- 
»tI«5 ha- been *>Cled by th, Le^ishlure, GoV-i 
t>rnor of ^ttihC»«'ol" , a- 

The itory of the JUVnaw* of Marpate, hai- 
inrncdontlikethaiofthc liaahman'* mammoth 

8oi.<, 10 be a bort! 

riti Merrury stood at K degree* helow aero, 

fl»itonday muioine ln»t »u llttlK>w»ll. 



makmeu, 

InAmherji, Mr Ijo«, l'wtrr,|0 1 Mi» Lpci 

HiBT-Holl-*. 

In Bedford, Mr. Jimps n*aTi»nn5, of Am- 
hertt, to Mi«n .IrniTn *r i 

In Antloeer, N. It. Don V MTn * ELKlIu,ef 
Wendell, to Mis- I,vni» Si'Mwr.it. 

In Ep<siin,tJoct. Kit.** MtrnaiLL of Anderer, 
to Mill Bptst II watt: st 

In Candia, Mr. A.illuu to Mist Ainom 
Hf.h t.t.v. 

In Pembroke, Dra. Caiib Frtita, of 
Hanover, to Mr', Anicuri 1 ,.i = s ■ - t .. 

In Newport, (N, H.) 1)> vio H*ls., jr. Eiq.' 

tu lliii R*a*n J. Bkdcf. 

DIED, 

Tn Mnntpeliar, S*MOK Cnnsor, Esq. laie 
of Winchenrlon, Ma,t. npe.1 fifl. 

In Milton, Mr. Joitff HklUOit, ft). In O-.i. 
pee, Johk U(in*RT>. jr. 6; N»7teT Ahbl>tt, li : 
a Child of Mr. Pl.intai IJiuninnnii a Child 
of Mr. David Haiamond; Mr*. Robebt-, G6- 
Rptstt RoannTa, 4; n Child of Sir. Ephrahn 
Raniw. Tn Wuli hoioueh, >fr. Jes»« H*ii,, 
16. In c ulbvan, Alvir\ B»"«*,5. In F n - 
field, WnLiAM Johmsok, 1£. Ml of the 
Spotted f'tvtr. 

In Tumworih, iVIr«. J ml PMii.nnirK, S5j 
Mi- s.Biii Tuxanar, Si: Mi Ntm, 71). 

iu Sandwich, Mrs tuiiii»T!i M c t nt»,|.', 

In Warner, Mnj. ffnm * 11. n tLUHL.Tl. 

In Kewtrneyard, Mr*. MinotBET Brian?, 
79. 

In flrentrrood, Mis* Alice K*h-.mv, 15. 

In Kiilery, Mill Ai.zra> CyaA '. 

In York, Mr- Sahbii, nt>\ T 

lu>tw.Ca*tle,Mri. Ei.tz sittru k iiTon,.1C. 

We have heard of in. l >-'.-\i .leath" by the 
Fpojted Teverailher in GicenltKid ot kliot since 
our last publication. 



The nnall privateer Cade, oflklem, hat ar- 
riwd a an Eastern port hiiIi aewlo of British 



mc of ihetp ti,e di& 
ance ol 200 miloi.. Yesterday, a ntimher ol 
hem wer« sbpoi ihe strocia begging far 
aisistance, declaring that it washy iht be- 
nevolencc of the people only, that thty had 
i'V«-s of being oudbled toon to reach their 
iiomea* 

Who will not ,l IJn'i'e" in thia riRhtenu 
■war and support the jijst and wise admlni 
ir.tion who deolartd H ? "UNION 
UNION I" 



PUBLIC CREDITORS. 

TitEABtrnTDprABTMFiT, Duo. 23, 18U. 
Directed to ire intfrteti far the informa- 
tion of those whom it m<i.v coiirtrn. 

THE siispenaion of Hperic payments 
bv a ".real part of the most consider 
ablo llanka in the United Stut^s, and 
among ihciruhotto in wbiclube husinoas 
of the Treasuiy, has been transacted, 
lias rendered it impossible to apply, us 
'lerelofirc, Iftorrica in one pari ol the 
•ountty, to the payment of demand* on 
the Treaaury lt> another. Il haa ren- 
dered it impnaaible to tranafer, in 
specie, monies belonging to the Trea- 
sury in New-York, and to the South of 
that place, to Boston, to be there applied 
to the payment uf the public debt.— 
Tho Treasury possesses no lunda In. 
specie in Bostou.or in any pan ul'Ncw 
England, whiah can be drawn 10 thut 
place. All the efforts which havo been 
made to obtuin funds in that shape huw 
been unsuccessful ; and ne muaoa for 
payinp; the dividends on the public debt, 
exist, except in Treasury Noiea ; the 
medium in which all, or nearly all, the 
taxos andduiies receivable by iho Troa- 
aury, in th« eastern states, are now paid. 
It is hoped, that under these circum- 
stances, tho public credilora will per- 
ceive, that evtry thing within the power 
of the Treasury his been done, ior 
effecting regularly and punctually the 
payment of the dividenda on the public 
debt. 

The circumstance* which have ren- 
dered it necessary 10 resort to tliia mode 
of payment, are perhaps known to the 
public ercdit«*-a, but that some of them 
may be unacquainted with the subject, 
the Secretary of the Treasury states to 
them, that if they decline 10 reocive 
payments in the manner prepared, the 
funds which the Treaaury can command 
in speciu at Uoston, will, ot tho earliest 
day, when ibry snail prove autftcUnt, bo 
applied to tho discharge o( thin 
dmid* A. J 



divi- 
DALLAS. 



Thetiavarnor-Generalof the « anodai hsi 11- 
me.l his Gen»ral Order annouvoing W ihetronpi 
that It is the intention of the Prlaot Bagaat, on 

the ratsniino of uo«tilitiaa, t" make ^ oerl am 
portion of eauti reiji'uaiit *vlio mny bp do,it iui 
of nettling in (una la, grantm ol land, ami W 

defray the axpenii of tramp u'iin| their familiu 

from Great- Britain, and fill ni«l tin | them raiieiiM 
fur a limiteiUiina and hudMiidry ia)pl«m«att, 

Gov. Pkbvost and *uite tirrivetl at t%iu<bjc 
mi the 15th 111. t. 

The American offluN qaartered nl Beanjiierl, 
took ih-ir departure lurthe United Sta\t«l on the 

toiii iiiti 



Tow doth and Uncttrrrnt Money. 

lemuelTduaper 

WANTS 10 purctiate 5000 yanll ol' TOW 
CLOTH, knd a qaaolity of Cotton, and 
Cotton and Linen ditto. 

Uneurrant Moxev will br reoeivtd for pier* 
Good*. , 

Just received as above, and this d«> 
opening a Kteat varitiy ef 

STAPLE & FJSCY ARTICLES, 

wlnth added to big slunk nn band, make nn 

esten'i\e aiioittuant ol 

Woollen, Cotton, Linen, and Silk 

Goods. 

_\Vuui.LL\'— 

Super fine, middtir ^ i< lew priced Broad- 

cloth', dnubln millM Ca?'iniere«, •inpii- do. 

variety tlneun'« Clothx, Pelikte do. Kei- 

ttyt, Duffils and Coating, Hunters 

t lo 1 Ii-, ^srt*^, Plain., Suotoh Pludt, 

V«(iinit», mtn- »ud women' ITot- 

ntwt Hum, black and colored 

Bombazatta, Ilanni'li ami 

Baize*, 9, 10 & 11-4 Rdm 

Blanket^, Inpriial 

Cord*. 

— COTTON— 

A great variety of dark and 1'jht un- 

|lazed rnlrr"r\ l An.l li 1 - ill!*' o 11..*- 

tamhrii-, i-i and ti~4 moil do. 4-i ami 

tS-4 corded Cambrini, raoBrninj Chinl- 

2e-, variety fancy ftlaiftnt, hroad 

and narrow I.aoer, i-i, 54, 6-i k 

7-1 fancy f bawls, hlk Oanibrtof, 

variety ot common and rtry 

low piir.'d Calicoir, patrh 

Furniture, colr'd a. vona 

bed Larer, 'labbv \ el- 

V«a, Colpniin Shirt- 

*n|?,agieat vaiit* 

ty poekei Bkfi, 

geni'>. t/hri I.'rl 

and Corded 

fancyTpTin 

lioNeck- 

errh- 

— LINEN— 
r-tt and 4-4 Irish Litieaa, Loiift LaWhS. 
JLiiien Cambrut, dama.k labia 
Cloth*, iliiii.il Lace and 
Edging*, l ajK'i and 
Uttbbiii*, Kus- 
kia l)ia- 
pai>. 
— SILK— 
Pink, white, blue, lemon & pearl twill'd 
Sllkit, twil'd green Satin, pink and whiia 
plain Florenoe*, a ureal vuiitty p'Ftrn &: 
/1, m,-.! n\k. Hdkif- 1.1 ■. 1 mid Hliito 
French eilk Hu>#, India Murk Lui- 
trtiis;-' an <l ^ariuetk, blk. Italian k 
Canton Crapes, pink, blur and 
while do. hlk. and n hiie Laos 
Vnli, blank and nUUtilk 
U loved, blk. hilk Vrlvrt, 
a vaiiety fancy Hib*w 
bom, silk Glore», 
nlk Cords, Italiuo 
liiin.K C lu- 
ll tul linij- 
ihioi ■- 
—GLOVES— 
Ladles black, wliif [ at.J colored JoDg 
Kid Gloves, black and wlut* 
Habit GJowai, 
Black, while and biown Beaver 
BONNEl* 1 — 'nnty 
PLUMBS. 

A r.ABI'.E slII'tT or 

FACTORY CiOODS. 

MUFFS and TXPFIil'S, Lc. fcc. 

Alloi which trill basold al aimallouvanucfor 

CAsll. 
f^7«»Colored homeapun and wbite- wool 
ten C7>0Tftf wamri as all ■'■ Bec-31. 



IHE FIRST CHOP. 

WISE iff BEAHAN 

HAVE jubt received, and iiow 
offer i"i Kali ai thtu HAT ftl'OKt, in 
1 .. .1 Btii.it, 
S eajvi "i fcntkuibn'* fin* 1 nijlis* UATP, 

, ,,.,11 I.Hj'i,, r, ,. .(old t0* bib*!* ii:id.llfti. 
O, » ii trrrn UO 

1 ,..„, and 1 : • ranel. tmir and feltdo. 
aril- ;inpi narrofl brina, 

1 O -.1 *itUl'aod gtmral oiSurtSo. trinuned 
coni cto, 

^ ottn ladies and gWi heaver BOKREIS, 
11 lib jilumHi 

W tW*0 but oil'il lilk Hat C'oair-, and man> 
other arlielai in ihrirlUu ■>' bu*inn*— all whieb 
v-ill he sold aia imall aihance, by wholesale 01 
retail. f < idt, )'.i. 1 




JUVENI1 

Juit fprned and lor Sale (y 

TAPPAN and FOSTER 

\'o. «, Market 

F.T.EaAPJT EDITI0N80F 
Miss Edgworth's excellent Stories 

lor yiuni; |icrtui^,— VIZ. 

Wa.te not, want not, or twe ilrinpi to jronr 
how '1 he falie key. Th* white uigenn. iTie 
bmh 'ay jrrtwnt. The orphan* . Old Pnj. 
I « r It ii 11. The baaket woman. Forjive and 
farctt- Sinipla *u.an. Marfrmoi.-ella Panache. 
Mir hill, merchant*. The Mimic. Lazy Law* 
irnre. Klon MentflOi, Har ring out. The 

Bracelet*. Eauh «t«rj' h neatly donenj. in 

[junto' uuT'i"', inih a handsome frontifjiiece. — 
Ii MiMTdcwoiih't tmrent* apptMant. Moral 
tale*—- Pobttlar Tale*, feteral erTIlan. More** 
"ni,f. ior yi.uih. A -.aririy of Joha^iv and 
Warner'- mid vVoOd'l Bookj tor children. — 
Pocket BibW, Tepianiem* nod Prnyrt Bonk., 
elegantly bound. Pocket Book*, Hair Comb 
Paiut Box*-, Itattltdnre- A. >hatiletii( 
ite, it. Ar. jmw, 

Bit. -t 



r.r/mb"r Tt.irtu 



air 1 1 mi it ., 
lei.oi-kj, ' 



WILLIAM BOYD 

A'o. S, Mtrchanis Row, 

HAS for Ca'e, 
On lil '■■■! (. 1 ni-, 

*W hhdj. good Ca.li/. ah ; 
Sod ijuifiinK Pidlork Pi-hj 
A puncheon* N. B. Rutttj 
10 ke^'i Kirhmnnil ft^ Toliacoo* 

1 1 B ine, par cj^i 1 

*2.*ri) ioll.>ia-hionalile Hanging Paper ,t B*irdet'. 

SO pieeea Oinghami, Chrckaand 9irip«*V'froni 

th* Panic kn Fneioritfj at Partory pi li n . 

40 coil* lunniug Kig(inj; made fiom MJil,40' 

Vain*. 

id* Comtniseion and Brokerage eon. 
ft'intli) attended to and transacted on rranonnf tr 
tea > . if W. BOYD, 

Dec. 31. Auetienveri Broke-, 



A GREAT variety of articles, 
helnc thoic'u6'jin-v of <acOiy eniicernB— 

1 iron money Chest; '/^ 

I larce rtny ..nil a d nirlu Gla««:»j^r 

I large Vniertean ilk Rnshro; '1 'hit" Ball*! 

^lnrr*"- U Bean) and 9 5E I h, \V«bW; 

t Very Vatuahie iron «il lv;rew, with cimpo*Ui 



P 




«Z 



. 1 new yawl Beat; >p' A 

io, a uaantiti of fhAtritth M S 

\_/ist*. c t.ARKIN, As"t. ^ ^ -^f^ 



Head Eye* and old ' opneri 
■ladder Braoei and Bngaj 
Gon 61inE**nd ituc "" ,l 
AI 



W. JtJNi.S. Jr. 

HAS this dav received arid oficrs 
loTSale, 
A Variety oj GOODS, 
Am 01) J uliii'h may lie found. 
Ladies alute, black and wnite worsted 

Rose; 
|ilam bonk i-rommon fnnry & leno Mailini 




ffhilaPlaniielaj 

and bro.ni bandanna 



Itai.dt 



Fine and rum 
V. fir,, lr , 

chiefs; 
Vn i.'na/Tape^ililihon'; 

Pi.urd m^rfpindlt/Pin,,; '( >n-r : 
Be-l hlk- TSliajj^fndj Eni:lirh ^eirinc Silk; 
Olive, brovviry/lfflil -Tii'l^au Broadclolfa*-, Miira< 

hlef.^jirioin. 1 
Itipj 
V 

Thif 

KniiiiiiE and warp Yarn; 
Good aHortmciii f!r-l Tiek, ir 

o.v 1/ ivn, 
London B.-«vcr Bonnets and Plumes 
Dec. M, I8U. 5 



On THURSDAY nexi— 11 .■.lock, 
At the efueffen - ■ * r, 

13 bhU. Mxis'-'>vado Si.^a»-, 

5 kres H;n 'is'a Fier Tabaeco, 

4 bale- Upland Ctninn. 
10 baps C fTcr, 
12 boje* Windov Glsxa, 

1 cheat £ftt".n-Sfcin Tea, 

3 ehcstOTS<ii|i linng do. 
U borrslVindsAr So^p, 
20 reams VVifl|>t>inr>- Paper, 

arid mittfry mhri nrliclet. 

*■ l.AHKIV hj«f> 



j^H*\ 



ESSUTH h CO. 

iictma on I MTU^DAY NEXT, 
Jm 11 iff -''tv, a 10 ..'<-!' r-v,, 
In front of ihe Wmra •Rniife of Jphn.T. A\»h 
In the City */ W&IV YOKE 

23 cases Looking Glass PESTER 

being pari of the Hannibal'- faro, ,' r»mp\*<in^ 

Ihe follnwinij a'lultmeiii, i it.. 



fuS ,lye.| Cn<-imereT; yS" 
gfnp, Hurting*, "§\ ^"^ 



tint tee. 
The Officers and Crew of the pri* 

vato uriTud Schooner MACtDONlAN 
are required lo repair ori hoaid said 
vessi-l at Mr. William Shoafe'a vrhftlf, 
THIS DAY at 10 o'clock. 

GEORGE F. PI UK'T, 
THOMAS HAVEN, 
Dor. 31. Agent*. 



Dr. Ptcrrtpont 
Has Removed to the Kastern House 

in hi in » block in SIoli fUrrtf. 

1. 1,, n*. si, 



Patent Steam If ai hers. 

TH E Agent for Fr eem a n 's 
Fatenl Snaru Watberi, foi Poiuinouih, 
unending to cfaiM his asenry irilh the coneri n, 
trill i^ll at Puhb, AiMi.o,,, on THCIiXnAY 
M AT, ail the STB AN STASHLHS, he bat 
01 inind. — For outiiuutai- inquirrof 
",, 1 ■■ »RKIN, Anet. 



G 



CASH 
I VEN for emptv BOTTLES, 

by S. LAUKIN,' 



51. 



Xaeket-ftrtet. 



NOTICE is hereby given, that 
the Colltfti't.of il)* Davt 1 " Ute B»l 

Collection District ol iWalKinnillirr, «rllatitnit 
at hit ofiicein thil toHn, all the mouth uf Janu- 
ary, lor the purpose ol receiving tlieentiy 01 
Carriage?, wuhthr harnms utfd thnffor, ajre.- 
ably to an aci of Congrtta, pasted ibi lSihda> 
of Uecember, 1P1*, which emiy ii- thereby rr- 
quired to b*.* made, a* well in caw« where. <ar- 
riaceo have been entered under the lata act pav- 
ed July £4, 18 id, a* where ihey had not be«I 
so euleied, for luiHii« to do v/tiioh a penalty of 
double (he amount of the riu/y impo'nl by till 
act of (hu 15lh of December, 1814, will be in- 
curred. 

Given under my hand, at Portimoutb, thil 
^titti day ol DecflTobrr, I8U. 

HOWARD CUTT3, 
•5o»«tar>r (At lnf CelUttim Disiritt of 
J\'en-/iampikve. 
The rent" at ol Huailers LUenws aill alao be 
it 1 ended in n tin ab«i»« offlre. (Dec.SJ " 



Two Farms for Suit-. 

To be sold at PUltLIC A*JX. TFOJV, oiv 
rniDA\, Hi- \.Vh dntj nf Januaru 
u( li o'clock Jn Vie. forenoon, itth* Urtt Cirj 
<rrt. f\fiw! prtViouefu <liti>nied eif at yrit 
tal^Ylhr l eH«»rfiig FARMth-mr. 

At? ARM situated in Dtirhuu, 
on Little Hay, com lining about i-\-. 
five Kern ol ncelleni moying and tillage I.and. 

\i tuffthrr with a.i nirhard ni giiod Iruil ' nei* 
• iiitltc ^aoie, lion ii" ii|iif.| by John Erfgerty. 

IM'l- , 

A FARM sit'iatcd In Newinpton, welt 
anownTvyTlIypnini nl lir in. : fv Kartn, cmO 
mining a lioni 70 acrr-* of good Land, b p r 1 
lional ijnaritit)- ol mnftinc, liflace, >Vi a'"l n. 
>mali nnhard 011 <he -nmr, now in thr nccupa* 
'inn of Jamtt Setit/itrrt. 

SAiil pRrma BTtaa eene'nlly dnnrnK tnmalt« 
r 1 iu 'tn 1 dcKoription D«<Hew— Fi r nniiirulhri 
auuly to DANIEL RU MPlllti- ^ •-, <i ( 
JOHN N. SHl-'Blit I'M 

d.. :i. 9. L.iiiKiy, Ami 

N- n. — The alniee enU "*• advertised fm; 
I huiolny the ISili, bni i. postponeil till Friday 
ihe t.Stb .lay n| .lanaary. 




We the subscribers, Commission- 
en appointed by ■ 1 . ..- 11. 1, \.t iame it,.i% 
'.'.••I Judge Of Probate, lo receive * d M;tnilnf 
theclaim* ot CTfdilOVl to 'heemalr 01 

SAMUKt, HAM, 
merchant, d treated; npreaenltd inteliintt do 
heirby give imiice, ihat a luriher dnir of «t< 
moil l'- lr#m id. tixleehthilayof.Novembri la«i f 
in nllo*rhd to -aid fined It oft to bring in 
and prove then rhuml — nod thai «-* ^llnJl aitcinl- 
1 tint lerviceou ihe (lr*l and ln>t dottdayi ol Jntt- 
iirtry and thr- fir.1 IMnndny nl (h( Ion' lullon"- 
ii>K monih'.at" ' UlitUtfrheajVa&t0r7 t Fore street*, 
irooi 1 to 5 u c ■ rk; r. V, 

WILLI \M ^HPAFR, 
l-DMUNi) H. Q'MNCYi 
l^AAC WALUKON, 
Pr-rlsmotilh, Dr. 31, IHU. 



A 



P" 



MAKSHAL'S NOTICE. 

CnifeJ 8tftu of America, i 
Distntt'f ft'ew llampdtrre, tt. y 

PURSUANT to a warrant from 
ih« Hon. JeAfiA SArroame, tl-q- Juil t" «?' 
1 be Di.triot Court for raid l>i.tnf, notice t> 
hereby »i»eu, that th* follonine ioformaiioo ha ? 
Un, hl«1 hef r< .ald,JmlEe, namely, 

An iufornmtion by Daniel Hum- 

nA/oi,E*q.A'lomiy oi the UniUd 6iaiea t 1 
he Dirtrioi .foresaid, m h-l*H »r U» Vmted 
Slate* .iti.l 01 al' Boncrtned, afamil ihefollotribj 
Ktodiand uieii)h»ndiie,iiftmrl>.'- B^bnjMriii.- 
tni.nne DrfthkH*. Plaiinela and othei "-'«'»'- 
Good* ami Merchondite. Baaed »"'■''< thi 
DJ.tiittof Nea-Kan.p.lilre, d.r an allc t «l vio- 
1.1 nhrUa-tof ihr United Mate*. 

And trial aill be hud on the lor.piing infor- 

■nation at a gpwial Di.triel Conn to be den 

at the Ci un-lJou j in PtirtMuomb, in HtW 
Dblricu on l-huwday Iba ti«fiiy-*«ih ■' M "i 
January uext, at tl oftlieelo. k in the forenoon, 
that any peiaon m.iy then apptftr «"'' ■«« u 
•a«*e why t ai.l foodi anil merchandize, 
■ liouhl nut I ni condemned. 

Datnl al Pottna'ouib.thlf J9th day ofBacem. 
Iwr.A.D, iaii. j.l.lAS LU3BKY, 

Utx St. iJrfulJ/ Mattloil 



N Annual Meeting of the Pra*i 

raiaqua Bitlnrh ul th( t 1*11:11 H i** 

ary Soriciy, «ill be held on Ttt tsitu Bvtfti Hfl 
next, at 6 u'olock, a- the house ol Mr. Amo* 
Iakpin. C. BURROUGHS, S«'rfarp. 

Decern l - 81, II ii 
— ■ " - ■ ' ' — "~ — — . ■■■■'I 

WE tlic Subscribers hem.; 
pointed i>y the H n. V-if/m- ■> 
B»fl. Judge of Prolmiefel Ibe riioly il Rui[;, 
inghaai, Combnoionert W re iv ,e*a line if nd 
adjml all the **' nil rlainn on ihe tjiaUe nf ihn 
late OLiri. CI.'/iK, widow, (J#u«.t**l, rVp.re^ 
■■rnii-ii iniolvent; hattby gi*e notice that, >ix 
month, i, alh>B*<l the criditor* lo bring tn their 
rlairoa, and that «>■ will attend at 'the hoa*c of 
Mr. Thomai RToulton in JeflVrson- street, on the 
last Monday oi Jannjiry, and the 'a*t Mondays) 
ol ihe five follow liiEJtnoHth'^fr.i hi 3 in 5 o'alock. 
P. M. JONtX LOCKE, 

11BNJA- AKVRMANL 
K.triVL. ii, MAlKlf. 
rie.rinl.er 31, (811. 



A 



American Inventions. 
WARE of the inconveniences 

to wtiiih the public generally, and lu- 
wiho,., iii |iani<ulni',are subjected (or want of 
■\ -mtalilc e*tabtt*hni*lit iu ihiatowh, lor ihe dis- 
pla> ami wtle ul new Machine* and Iimi,tion» f 
i lie labjcriber teodera hi* eervicfe ai Aim i. ■- 
reeerting aod eapo*ing for -ule Patent Jlnchinee 
and usel'nl Inveiitit'is oi every deKtiption, lw^ 
a modtiate rninnii- Ion. 

JOHN Mi DEARBORN. 

Rnntnn, June 15. 



Customers to ibis New--I\mcr iri 

Ute t iniiitry who nand imtebml to lb, fui.iar 
lur the last !■'• mi. tuli- -in 1 called i a at the el«*a 
ni Hiifl yrni i.- uMika pa) mmt for thi fame, that 
being (he onty ow by HltiiJ» 'h* P*JV*.rea£ 
be Wfttinntd Uec 31, lil*. 



<*TU, 



\*i£ 



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K 



POE 1 KY. 

TUE L\ST ROSE OF SUMMER. 
"ByTHOWOH Modrf, E«q. 



ft 



"•Tisfl^^ B""» <>r Saminer, 
*L#ft bbmiing n'"ne : 
All her lovely companions 
Am fmrl«rl and gone; 
Bower «!" her kindred, 
rose-bud, '* n 'C h » 
To'flnVci back htr blushes 
Of give sigh foi sif-h '- 

TH not leave thee, thou lone one I 

To pine on the stem ; 
Sincothe lovely are *lrep">g, 

(io ilwp ih'ii with them; 
Thn= kindly ltc»ner 

Thv leave- o'er H»' l>c<', 
fVhera thy mat" of (he garde* 

Lie soratlen. and 'lead. 

9 1 snow may T follow 

Ivhrn friend ship decay, 
And froiVT,o--e». «hin'»(E«W'f 

The v SH .Imp a**4V ! 
When I me heart* riewilher'd, 

/..,,-t fonilaaei are flown, 
c , ■ « h ■ wottln inhabit 

Thil V,-ak woi lil nhmc? 






INVrS 1'iATION. 
A pompil'twf Con K rc«s niipoihtfw to ■"- 
Ml* tap'* .MWe*nfl«teW of ,h- hue de- 
■trnction aiVT* Mn|»«, bave repo.lrd * hw 

„„,-„ .■-■,*-.. iki :' ! ^r;- ,ftv ' ,&u 'niiiBi 

For rerair- of Public Badding"* " D -f 
Ford... Vnw-Yard, £c. - - 
Fottlo. Bu.iUuiasa.nl Fixtures, . 



?iy4w 

?69,170 



The 




Hurling (Vt.) |Atwr oY Timber*), 
_-" We learn from DWinrstirsnablr aulhori- 
hat the enemy are preparing totalM ■notr.- 
nJl»tSfT3oho*««S Means Noil. Four 



are^omracted for, and to be built and 
V for the take service early next spring 
enormia* price of ihret delict! per day ■ 
bred lo American carpenters to work on tl 



OB DIN tTION — On Wednesday the*ttth 
Initsni, ih* Kev. .To*arH Mix, was oMatneeTta 
-tbepasUialcaraof the Church and Sosueiy in 
W«t-5n81eld, ConneeUcvit- 




« BOMBJZEENS, SILK 
iANDKERCHIEFS, Wc. 

LEMUEL DRAPER 

Oiu ni(t onmrd a vnrUt}/ of SEASON ABLE 
flnOJ)*,— among nfiieh are 

BLACK Bombazeen and Bom- 
baieti*" . . . _,,. 

An elegant variety of plain and figured Silk 
Handkerchief*. 

Black Bar. ..ton-i lie.: 

Figured silk Tippet*; ,. 

Engli-h Bandannah*, of superior o,natit-n 

Rich fancy satin and lustring Hihnoni; 

7-4 Persian and other fancy Shawls; 

5-4, 6-1 and 7-1 Iinitn'ion cotton do.; 

4-4 and 7-* Irish Linens; Brown Holland* 

Fancy Vesting", Russia Diaper*: 

Diaper Table Cloths; Colrain C-Ulong? 

India fla« and br.ndnnna Handkerchief 

Black Canton and Italian Crapes 

tadici and jientlemens Englitfi aud Frenob 
si!k Hom; audtiiorefi; 

Mai L and white i-Rce Veils; 

n IViremiufS 

! , Bear and mock-^Me MUFF*! ft TIPPET , 

Tn«etli*r :bH/i »Jrrj othn H*mtlM Arteta. 

p.iK-wionth, T>ec. S, 



Board of health Lottery. 



t prise of 



40 000 dotlais ! 
20.000 
L0 000 
F,0d6 

3.0U0 
S 500 
2,000 
1,400 
1000 

500 

2O0 




D1KD, 



\ 



Tn An?u><».S«Bi«-l*!«F,da»«bterofCBfl- 
'drtaeil tPttiiaini, ^ month*. 
In Ball.w*.'!, Fuiit Fb*wces. dnnehier *f 
t pt,HoKni«iJ»» r «ft« «i«rttiTT»mt, 

\p Win.l^or, Vt. C«pt. Thom* HMitIi 

ru»l •-! !'"■■> »!• Pii"". ,n <-">i"n'i' S*0 A 



DOfl " ! UW "* aie 



,| Hio rout . 



And many of 100, SO, Sec fcc. 
Union Canal Lottery. 

1 prizo of 20,000 dollars I 

I of 10,000 

1 of 5.000 

1 of 3.000 

of 2 000 

of 1,000 

of 500 

And many of 100, 50. &c. fctr. 

Tickets, Quarters and Eighths, 

for sale at 

TUCKER MX JV.& 
FortBnate Lottery and Exchange Office, for 
whichGills on IhslollowiHg Bcjik i til! he (alien 
it pal 



LTatfj*" 



for Saie, 

AVM.r^Blr i lh , .I'uaieinfhe-own 
of Greenland, on Hie (.real Bay, ' • call- 
r-l) about one nolo an-', an h^i." from the meeting 
h um. and fern m'le- and a- hall ftoia Port«- 
jnonln, l'oT»rrtj' tlw Faun ol ;. 
J ...rs'isi , nrd known by 'he name of tbe Jkck- 
ton Farm. The Farm codhsti of abnut ISO 
»crt'« ot well euUi*n" , 'l Land, mos! ol « ii 
ol the be-i quality. Any person wi'liinRlJ pur. 
e&aw Mill h»ve aa oppoTloirily ol viewing *<• 
farm by applying to J.,thix Jo«a»o», cb 
■lie nremiwK.— Por »erm- inquire or 

ROBERT SMITH. 

Fortsmiiltb. lire. -4. HI**. 

FXOS'fS I10TJLL. 

GEORGE FROST having re- 
motnl i'-iun the Home lately occupied 
r>j htm in Market-nrertjto MMn-in'- huildint:, 
Foie-fiirecij opposite No. 7, Merchants Hot,-, 
would inform ihr pnWic that be eorjlinnea lo e;i- 
teriain grmteeJ compary, a* tunal. Every at- 
tention wall be pa«l |o iho'e who will plea.ie lo 
honor him with their cu'tom. Dec. 17. 

FOR SALE % 

A LOT of LAND in Daniel- 
street , nearly opposite Mr. Jacob ( UT- 
T Hit's, tieinp 65 feet in tmnt, and running lnu k 
'to Cow Lane, ifiiJfeal— Apply to 

GEO. K. SP4RHAWK, or 
G. HUMPHREYS. 
"Dec.?*, ISJi. 

hot we. 

THE Copartnership of LEIGH 
h BF.KGO t)N in thin day diuolved i>> 

inDiua! ronM.ni. AH peTanna baviue any tie- 
ncindh ajinlnst mid Irm a;e ruUCttrd to preneni 
them to either of (lie bUbsciib*u lor payment ; 
and all pentonF indebted lo Faid fir\n are requeit* 
"«uini.c 1'i.pin' tnTlUQTXi Fr-nontoa*. 
THOM >»S IJT.IOH, 
TIMOTHY FEUCUSON. 

8MlthP.CW.rll, rtrc "I, 'ftli. 



WaAin[[ton, 


ProTidenc.', 


( ■. 


New-Haven, 


Gbi Iner, 


Ban-Gr<.<enwich, 


Wmr.' |] - 


Nanacunsct, 


f itcld, 


Newport, 


Sui , 


Hi i ■■ -|, 


Kennibunkj 


Smithfield, 


Pacific, 


Warren, 


Allfl'.L--, 


New-Bedford, 


Keene, 


Cumberland, 


New-London, 


Bath, 


Middleioo, 


WtfcasNt, 


Hanford, 


Kennebec Y. 


Dee. 17, lft«. 





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Notice. 

HE Subscribers are appointed 

Gnardiansof SA&WEL HILl, U i PortV- 
month, who ia rw»n compos mtntit. Thow who 
havei)tmHn.liagain!ithii>nstaie 1 a'o retjaeeicd ot 
pn , ii ihem. ENOCH M. CL \HK, 

n«-. 17 iru. AMO f r\pi' n 



r J HE Subscriber respectfully in- 

-K for nth the iinljlic, 'hai he -l.all i niiui-ncc 
carcyine'heMallfonj Pnil^n'.uih lo Plymanth, 
l>y Durham, Noi'hwoort, Gilinarmn, Merediih, 
l:r the urnl of January nex' ; he likewi-if re 
quel. »li ihoM- who air laking ihe. Nen>|mpcr> 

on that route, to i 'he <anie •■-.■■■ 

o-i m (o 'he 'ubiirilier. All bniineit which the 
public tcill favor him with, will be fiaiefully re- 
ecired, and Birieily a"endel lo. 

ISAAC ROBBINS. 
Cnmntort, T>t. 17 I*H. 



Wanted, 
N a small family, an industrious 

WOMAN, capable.. I performing its umirI 
riot'ei. — Inmediate application to the Primei 
will lie ilnlv oi llrftl. lVc. 17. 



I 



J-'OJi SAL j , 

THE BELL TAVERN Estate, 
nutate ._.- t '.n^. ?■>■--■■. n ., ntar the Court* 
:...j-e, P"r[-[ni.u<h, compci.-ni;: the Tavern, 55 
feet front, with eiieioiveoacl'. Buililiuge, -.iii.i, . 
&c. iiaiidin-f on a loi of gionnd 66 iwl front, 
and upnaids of 200 feel in atj-ib. 

The untqu^Med advoliUgOl this stand 
posiessen, from its situation on the principal en- 
t ranee lo the town, lit central pi littuii, the pi.>s- 
imity of the market), and ha\ nij*b«n oeoupietl 
upward* of ihirtj years aa en Inn, arc -. ( tv«|l 
and lo jfcnerally kn t .n n, that it is considered n<- 
I".'" iij. u;.,, i. .. lo mention tbeni in thu. *.!\n- 
iiseniont. .■■(:», Jot salr, 

Tliree lots of Gio'j:id, niluate on Ma- 
-on-.iu.i, a ij. lining the altoie premi | . con- 
tainhjg each 10 tcet in fropt u,,.l CtJ i«l in drpih, 
*>r in »uch poTtii'ii* ai may suit the cotivenicnce 
.1 tliow who wish to pnrcia*,— For icrms ol 
sale cp^iy lo 

JACOB SHEAFE, Agent. 

Port-momh, I'.,, IT, 181 1. 



U* 




SALT. 

250 hogsheads SALT, 

bXjti 8ALS. I'.Y 

JACOB SHEAFE, Jr, 



MIOSES PUKCELL 

Inform the Public they have/or Sale, 

ELEGANT Thread Laces and 
Fooling-, 
•.Ik Lace An., black do. 
niack and white patent do. 
Hundsomc white crape Trimming*, 
MazartBn bine, hrowu, state and \v*iiu> regent 

silk Tritnminr% 
White silk rolio do, while fanry roie do. 
^itk ball and dai*y do., silk irin-;e fancy do. 
Simple do., binheyo do-, pelitw do. 
Plain and pnrti colored Chenilles, 
Chenillo Cord, Ijeiphic do., Euurbon do. 
An :.. ,i :ir„ : .iii -nl. Cords, 
Bugle loop-, Frogs. Serpent* and Tajatl-, 
Ser^niint Buttons, Thread and cotton Fringe i, 
Cotton ball and daisy Trimmings, 
Cotton rolio do., cotton nav'd do. 
"Simple daisy do, cotton Tuft*, tufied Rolio, 
Elegant Flowen m bunches, 
■»mall Houqiutfi, MyrUir IVrealhs, 
^aUa do., crainidi., Oliierburi;»do. 
i'Oii;; i ',n., fnvpte du.., nhort do. 
Plana of i, inperior*<iualily, 
Black and wb\l( r,«fl r d rc;eni do. 
L>o. ihotl cnr?d d". in bahubM, 
V«il .'. ii. i i l*/ rt 'd d*i., <:o u to on ifiiitcdo. 
lllai: -iI>l VecSy Cloves. 
. i ) velve.1 rlii-i. ..'!■. 
A <;rcai variety of other Hibbona, 
Handsonie Tkdfi»i-iL>My.', 
Bi. <i-t prepared fofflnakio*" Cornli, 
Con. .n Lace* — and mtiny other atiicles. 

Porh-10'iih, tt.i :i . 



The unsauBEit Offers foh.Sals. 
r t HAT valuable Estate in Poris- 

..^ month, I) .uc on liolh riiit- ui P reinftl, 
aad exIemltDf back to High -Ircet, la'ely in ihe 
occupation of Madam Whipple. Tbe fc.staie 
uiuy bo convenienlly divided into three Lois, 
which may In-sold Separately m tngctherai may 
bet; suit tbe purchaser. 1 he Lot on tbe ea<t 

ide oi fait it reel measures aboat eighty four 
leel on ihe iutet, carrying that breadth inio 
Pi<caifi(|i-n river, wiih the IVlmrf and Stoles 
apperuuning to the mmif. The Haoud lot, on 
.he went vide of Fore Mart, met* urc* <»-k ban. 
ilrn) aud tltirty ilire* feet on the siuri, extend- 
mg Ini'k ii'n; hundird IIXIJ- nine feel, with the 
targe and elegnnt Maniion ttoute thereon, with 
Out-Houies, itc. Thu lot coiuaini abnat 
-. 1 ,"j"j|> Mjuare feel of land, and for eligibility of 
ijtuauon ■> vijuulled by very few in PoUrmouih. 
Hi* other lot ih a very plea f am Ho apt Loi, 
Fiuaietl ou HihIi It reel, and nica'ures seventy 
i»o ftei on that street, aud rarnri that breadth 
one bundled and thirteen feet deep. Ii. I i ti 
liluation aflOTdj a veiy commanding view of the 

in i.ojiiding country. 'Ihe it-mtu of payment 
tan o--' made Bcnommoaabiiig to the purcha-er. 

Nathaniel a, havl.n. 

I' irt.mouth, N'ot 1*t. 



MORlfrJsiEfr GOODS. 
JOHN BALL, Jr. 

M>. 5, Market-Hreet—Sheafc'* Building. 

I* iliis dny ope-ninp t variety ol newfjOOP. , 
which he will sell at tow pnieas for C\sn — 
Among nhirjt nn 
Corheao, brnHn, nine, mix', olive brown, aud 

gr eo BR'lADCLOTHS.- 
Rla> ': and blur twilled do ; 
Reitl taper, blue, do, ; 

Si iiier blueaud hlack Cassimerei • drahdo.; 
.Mixl ^aifinel- ; Stool; l net j stout Velvet* ; 
Large at'orinwnt Vesting* • 
Peli*se CafimtTe" ami Cloth* ; 
Red ngutcd Pei.se Flannel ; I'.im'ia/iii^ ; 
f'oatings ; DufTiII* ; Kerwy ; blue Hocking; 

. li .i Plaidi tnili'd Cloths : 
Whrtered-and y-" ..w Flannels ; Berlin Cords; 
Mens hlacL and miri Worsted, Lamb* vool, 

and -,-:••/' worjled Hose ; 
Boy» wonted di.'. 
Large niaortment ladiei dale and black wor- 

ited do. iri' : >-'" io i ' ■ ■ 
Childrenx do.; 

Men* aud woum* white cotton do. 
Wash leather Glove* ; 
Black, white * mj colorM Kid do. 
M.ii-r.i Buckskin do.; Buck-skin Mitlens; 
Common leather and Shaker do. 
Black leather and worsted do ; .ilk do- 
Linen Cambricki, lome of which are extra oik; 
Fine T-ft and 1-4 Iriib Linens ; - 
Goblhrnd and jaconet cambric; "."ujlin* ; 
1.1 iini 6-1 cotton Cambrics 
Twitl'd aud carded cambrio Ciavats, with bor< 

d.ra: 
Tine uls'tn and fiii/red leno, crape, book and 

lace cambric Mu-tins; 
Cambric Xhuiilio* ; 

S-land 6-4 dark and light English Gini'.hnms- 
Black Cacittrtoi ; Ciapea; black TaHe'ei ; 
Mmfef^ l.«cu; Sil> Corati; 
l!la. I., »reen, brovn aud red »ilk Braids ; 
English and Spanish hewing Silks, all colors; 
Twist ; large assortment Hthbons ; 
CalirOee i.oin 30i*tit* lo 6s per yard; 
Black twitl'd and double lndm Luiirings; 
Grean, browi* and white Ln'trin^*; 
Piuk. and white figurrd Satins ; 
< -.i •■: i r. iii' clatlic -li"Ol.it . ; 
London Beaver Bonnets ; sirair Bonnet* ; 
Wii;"-, pink, blur, oiab and blnck Plumes ; 
D'iwn Ti inimiii;* : Shawls ; 
Blark and color'd Galloona : Fvr-eli ; Tailee ; 
( oni and vest BntlOltt ; habit, glass and silk do- 
Wire aed pearl <hin do. 
P >i he' Han-Ike. r hiefs, very cheap; 
Uedlwili',1 Banda.m.a*'- black silk Hdtf* 
Coltein, silk and ftandannn do. 
Ki I mill'd Capt ; gieen worstetl do. 
I adie> ,t gentle. .iKc* Muga.iiii, from-'.'fi to 10*6; 
."In, t tabby V-JyeU ; Lfmg Lawns; 
i' I Kma-tbh Coppeiplate* ; f'urnilurcs; 
India ( oiiiiii - t heck ; Nankeens ; 
Worsted C«ewel-: ilnssCotmn*; 
Pa'snt Wire tte-ung Coltoui ; 
Fine cotton Balls ; 
nroad and narrow Tape* ; 
London pound and bundle Pin* ; 
I'm ni Braces; Hooks and Eye*. 
10-4 aud 11-4 doable mill'd Blankets ; 
Cotaiain, British and steam loom fehintngt; 
Kasiia Sheet i njt and Diaper*; 
« Ivul ti oad a id Imjie flloutdi; 
l>im la- ;-ft>ullen Gloves, Midensand S'onkings; 

f A fresh tupply of 
MUFFS end TIPPETS, from g2 lo 18. 
—AtXP— 
A lar-;e nsaorimeiit Foclorj- Gin*t- 
I. ■ I.,.. Shirting-, Sheering-, Btduof.ing, Biripcs, 
and Check*, trOM 1>6 to7s6 |>er yard ; knitting 
and sewidg v i.tu/ni, warp Yarn*, Cbambray 
KJbawb, lie. -to. 

All kinds of homespun Cloths bought 
at the above store. 

Uncurrcnt Mombt uken as above. 



NOTICE. 

ALL persons are informed that 
Ihe subscriber has been duly appointed 
adminitliatrix on the r-'nte nf 

JOHN AKF.RM.Mf, 
late of Pwrtsmomh, Ro pi." .Maker, deceased, and 
given bonds as the law directs; she theieloi 
calls on all ,,< , ion who nre indelved to «aid tf 
(ate lo make payment; anal all who have dr 
mnnds against said estate to present thrm lo. 
teulemcnt to 

MARCEKY AKERMAN AdminUrix, 
or lobar Attorney, 
Dee. 17. JOHN AltEltMAN. 



r A HE Proprietors ol' the Ports- 

X iminitt v%uc.((ir( are hereby notified that 

i hen annual inreting for the choice of Directors, 
rrea. U rer and Proprietor's Clerk, for ihe year 
■ nsamg, will be holdeu at the lfrf'-7"iic#rii, in 
PourmOHlb, on Wednesday the 4th day of 
January next, at 3 o'clock, r. M. 

JOSEPH AKERMAN Jr. 
Portsmonth, Dec. 17, 1814. Prop'-. Cfsv*. 

A SITUATION WANTED. 

A YOUNG married MAN, who 
has been hied a Farmer, and car j.r - 
luce the most satisfactory recommendations, 
tishes a lilaalton at a Tenant on a good 1'a m 
m this vicinity, or not Jar' her than twenty wiles 
from this town.— For forther particular- ic<;uire 
..■I ih. Printer, DtO. 17. 



Chrtstma* Presents. 

JAMES F. SHORES 

HAS for sale at ihe Jovtfa i -.k Libp ast, No. 
1, Market-street, a great variety «f laKfU 
Books, inilabk for presenls— amongwhich may 
be found, . . 

The Book d Trades, or Library ol 
nnelul Arts, desciibing tht various rucchaaisal 
A rl s. 

The Book of Games, or a hiBtory ol 
Juvenile Arl«, practised at Kingston Academy. 

Choice Emblem*, natural, historical, 
fabulous, metal and divine, lor the improve- 
ment of yonth. 

Domeatic Recreation, or dialop-uos il- 
lustrative ol natural and Mienlific tub.jrets. 

Rosamond, in 2 vols cofitairvii>C sev- 
crnl very intereoling moral Tales. 

Ursula, or the insufficiency of human 
[tilainmenls. . . 

Biography for Boys, or characteristic 
Mttnriw. . . 

Instructive nnd entertainin-- Dmloguch 
I,,, clni.lren.by Mrs.Guppy.— Beside ihose na- 
med, « v"".'» inricty of »wa»er Boot. «, Itulabw 
for all capacities. Deo.H. 



New Store with New Goods; 
J. Ec J. aTSaVEN, 

At their Store, one door east o/ the Jf.H. 
Fire A Marine Inrurante Office, tffcr jtr Sale 
nt imnll adinntt, 

THE FOLLOWING GOODS, 

SUPERFINE fccommonBroad- 
cloths, *>f fashionable coloarat 
f'.ild pressed blue fr btack do.; 
Kerseymeres, single and doubta milIM; 
' 'in .. ',-;■..(■-. Coaling*, scarlet DutTil-, 
''■■'■.■■... i,- Si Mol-ikim fo-' surtoute; 
Devonshire Kerseys, Forestc'oth?; 
Svfli led Stockinets, double k treble mill'dt 
Blue lais'd Cord, do. do.; 
Mutinet', some of rserino wool; 
B "•^tus , l Flannel*, sor.e very fine* 
Callicocs, printed Carubrickj; 
G.i' M.Mnr, Scotch do.; 
Silk."' rpiton tiiu./i a*; 
Winias, plaid & slrip'dt 
Vu'ie"' of book, leno, laced aod lambonrtd 

Minims! 
6-t A <-i cotton Cambrirkj; 
India (oiions, Russia Sheetinir*" 
Ru raa 1 .ilihtcl^ths & Napkin*- 
Diti ";-. ivhtto Jeen; 

Men- lambttrool & wnrrted Hose, tilk do^ 
la' . -;ate coloi'd St black do.; 
Childrewa <rolor*d 'lo. 
ft-.l* heaver, t id & sift Glo*re*t 
Meat bm kskiu, doe Hi beaver do* 
Cotton i ito.ilhn du., 5lit'-W" ; red Ca-. 
C«tion, leaiber, I: silk improv'd Ir-ire* 
Great variety of toil met Ik swansdown Veeit; 
M*.-e.l!esdo. blo-A Silt, fordo.; 
India Ln-tving fc Sarsnetj 
PeJim a fks, (ireen de>.; 

ntf ^wt of Ribbons, 
J ii\ Trimmings for greai coats, 
rtiinp, Ley Trimming, 
Black fe w)ij-*M*alian Crape; 
Cnsti-nete 'ilk &t imita'ion Shawls, 
Bla<* fc white lar« VeilB, thread Lace, Edj-Tn--. 
Homhwetts, Shalloon*, (ignred Kattiuete, 
Linen*, £ngli*h Matia**, t .. >, 
Romal, Madras,* bandanna Handkerchiefs, 
Gentlemen* *potted cambric Neckerchief*, 
O .. London ma le water pif. 1>eaver Hats, 
Willow do. youths do. morocco jock ies, 
Ladies black regent Slippers, 
Misses k children" morocco it corViovan do;; 
fienllemcus Londoa Boot", fcoysShoes, 
Petit dress Coa's, Panialona*, O-^ileri, 
A large a<sortinent Factory Gootia, 
Ginghams, Shirtings, Checks, 
Bedtick, Varnn, Sewings, 
lapcs, Bobhins Thread, Silk, Twist, 
'hlrl Wiies, Pin*, LeadiTa, 
Q.' !.'n y i: shoe lliudinse. 
Black ■■- nhite Millinet, 
Bed Lace, Cruel, &c. Sjr.. 

WAITED, 



Dec. 



A quantity of Tow Cloth. 



NEW GOODS. 

WILLIAM JONES, Jun. 
Offer* for Sa'e ihe following article*, by whole- 
fi.l' anal retail, many of whicli were pn rebated 
at the lale Marshal's tale iu this town. 

A GREAT variety of Calico©*, 
i-4 and 6-4 Oingbutss, 
sittut steam loom patent Shirting-, 
Woman's black and while worsted Hose, 
Men's ribb'd k plain woretod & iambs wool do. 
Milled Coating.., Stolon »ms;ed Plaidt, 
Drab, brown, lead, blag* & blue OcsimeTef, 
Black ft blue Broadcloth- dr. Cas>imore«, 
Black BotnbaietLs, BaltineU, blue Plain*, 
Blank, blue, hrowu, green & light. Pelis-e Cloths, 
6-4 k 7-4 light k dark imitation iibawls, 
Long Lawns, KVu lob Lawns, 
Fine 4-4 Irish Linens, 
Conmon bo«k & leno Muslins, 
Silk, Tt- id, Tape, ui Btons, 
Culoted and white Bed Lace, 

,ii on, quality and shoe Binding, 
Cambric Wires and Button*, 
Hibboni, Obin.-ai*, silk Curds k Button*, 
Itandnnnab and very fine plaid silk pocket 

Handkerchief*, 
3'ar.h Crape, while and colore.! Flannels, 
ilussra Sheetings and Diapers, 
Kerlm Cold, 
Black, blue, and mist double and single milled 

SttickinMt, 
A -real variety Winter Vetting*, 
MKtO yds. factory Shirtingi-.C-ingham*, &«. 
•^ewir.g Cotton, knitting and warp Yard,, 
Sable and hear Mutfc and Tippets, Plnmes, 
IrDndon beftver Hon.iels, straw t'o. 
Kmvei aitl Fork-, cheap, 
Gentlemen's bordered Handkerchiefs, 
Cotton Cambric, cambric & jaconet Muslins, 
Plain and twilled black do. 
Black Mode, fee. 
I .ises assorted Needles, such a-- wbite-chapcl, 

sharps, blunt*, glovier*, *addters,,kuilling ami 

netlinii do. &c 
Lndie* long and short white and colored kid 

Gloves, " Pnr(tm«uth\ Dec S. 



SADDLERY GOODS. 

NATHANIEL B. MAHCII 
Has for talt n( Ail Star* in Dnnut-stitet, 

HARNESSandskirting Leather, 
Hoglkini, ptaled common Stirrups, 
Plated Bills and BonrdnouFj plaied PnaUleF, 
Cockeys, plated martingill H^oks, *leiph Bell., 
Plated and common Whips, plated curhChaint, 
Small pad Locks, trunk Locks, trunk Handle-, 
Shoe Brushes, brass curtain Ring', 
Brass and plated harness Buckles, VVnterhooks, 
Territts, plated audhrai.* pad screws, 
Coach and chaise Lace-, bellows Nails, 
Mattrassfs, kc. — -Also, a good assortment of 
Saddles, Bridles, Harnesses and Trunks. 

MKBWISB, 

4 cast Iron STOVES. 
Dec. 17. 



Bath Houst 7 . 

THE Proprietors of the Ports- 
mouth Bath Home, are hereby notified 
-hat their annual meeting- for the choice of 
Officers for the year 1815, and the Iran-acting 
"•f any other bn«ines* that may th"n ohm be- 
fore them, will be hslden nl the Baih Iloutr, in 
Cro<".itreel, at 3 o'clock,*-, m. on Monday ihe 
td day of January next. 

JOSEPH AKERMAN, Jr. 
Portsmouth, Dec. 17. Prop'-. Cltrt. 



New Fall mid IVmter Goods. 

LEMUEL DRAPER 

HAS just received and is this day 
opening a great variety of WOOLI.KN 
and other 8BABQNABLB ARTICLES, which 
added to his stock on hand, make 

A GE.\E)tAL ASSORTMENT OF 

Staple and Fancy Piece Goods, 

Ail of which will be sold at a ironll advance lor 
CASH. 
Portsmouth. Oc'.-??. t^l A. 

FOB R.//.F PP 
SAMUEL LORD, 

80 M. feet BOARDS; 

A quantity "' B- <>■ STAVES, and R. O. 

SHOOkS; 
30 harreU MACKEREL i 

5 bhiK N. E. BUM and GIN; 

3 chest a .nchongTfiA. 
December 17, 101*. 



LOST, 

ACCIDENTALLY, or stolen fron the cais. 
Hate of ihe fnbscrlhrr, on the Suth ult. be- 
tween DoTer and Judco HaU't in Batrington. a 
smallS WORD.siIver hdt,markedF.P.on the hilu 
Any person finding said Sword and trill rclBiO 
it to the dul-ecrihei', shall have five dollar-, or if 
taken designedly, any pefloit apprehendinj* Ih* - , 
rogue, so ihr" lie may be hrou^ht lo jus ire, shaft ***k 
have fifteen dollars reward, and all uecea«aiy -**Kef 
charge* paid. 

EBENEZER DANFORD. 
Meredith, Dec, n. UMi. 

TOSTUIUilH'S NOTK L. 

All persons indebted to the sub- 

scri'-icrs for the Ptrttniovth Oracle^ aie reqnest- 
ed to be prompt in m-.kiiip payment B'A-die 1st 
of January next; and iron- who have their 
name,- returned to the Printer may have an op- 
portunity of getting their bills and baring the 
money retnrncd to the Printer for ihrii- I'a fri 
tiy the subscribers if attended to in stfsson, ■.< 
*nUiall di-<.oniinue ranying the Mail at ilisi 
clrno of the present year. k 

EBP.NPZER & NOAH D \f?PORD. 
Nov. 46. Iftfk 



POST H ID Eli' ^ NOTICE. 
Subscribers are requested to make 

P»)"'oi for the New-gaper- by ihe Isiof.inn- 
-ary :iax(, on or before without fail, ns 1 am 
relied on by the Printer* and mast im mediately 
pay them. Those who live from Ihe road .t-e 
reqaesled to leave the money where (heir Papeit 
are left. ELIJAH HODGDON. 

Dec. 3, tftU 



•JUST Published, and for sale at 

-J TAPPAN k FOSTER'S Bookstohk, 

t( A Few Weeks in Paris, durinp; tbe 
rei<'-nce of the Allied Sovereigns in that Alctrop- 

Oil.' " 

No. 45, Edinburgh Review, 

N'';, _ I, Qusrierly R^vi.-w. 

No. 12, Vol. 2, Chiialinn Disciple 

1 hr bm ' ntiinliercomnieni-es Vol. 3d, when »uh- 
■crjpiion* will be received as usual. Terms 
J). I 75 ;irr annum, publishcl monthly. 



Jioc/catg'/iam Bank. 
r T^Bl:. Stockholders of the Bock- 

A. ii!g,',ain Bank, arehereiiy notified thai the 
a.* n n»b meeting r "r the rhoire ol JMfeeton will 
be bolden al sni.: Bank, on JdOi\pAY tbe 2d 
day of January next, al ' ■■ the after- 

uooa; — they arealeo notified, thai a dividend 
of I merest is declared, payable alts- ihe 1st t\ny 
of January next. 

J. S. PICKERING, Cashier. 
Dec. ?*., IMS. 



' jj "HE Subscribers having been 

9. ag-tointed by the Hon. A'erl iamrt R<*£-rs t 
Bm{. Judge of the Prolate ol Will**, &£. fin ihe 
conuty of Rocjtingharii, Coromi no tier* '.■ ie- 
ceive, examine and adjnsi ihe claim- "' 'lierre- 
ditors io the evaie of TIMOTHY Ml>RR AY, 
late of Newmartet, gentleman, deceared, repi-e* 
sented insolvent ; give notice that they will at- 
tend to the said business at the dwcllin*C-h ui-o 
of Dnrid Chapman, Esq. in said lown, on th» 
la?t Wedneiday of Des-emher inftt. and the lait 
Wednesdays of the five following months, fro to 
2 to a of the clock, in (he afternoon of each day. 
NATHANIEL K1DDFB, 
BBNJAM1.N LOVER] •, 
SETH H. SHACKFORD. 
Aeroirnrl-ef, Dee. 0, 1*14. 



NO VICE. 
Ki-tarrosi, '.!*».) July , 1813. 

THE subscriber!, take this meth- 
od ot apprising their oieLcai!,ilo friend* 
■ n the Snit«l-.-«*'e*, that dating the prceewt 
unhappy diJTerences between Great-Britain and 
America, they intend generally to abstain from 
all communication by letter* with their former 
correspondents, from predeatial motives appli- 
cable to snrb correspondent*. 

They beg leave, however, Io inform all who 
may have balance* of sales in (heir bands, (bat 
orders for the game, any time during the wnr, 
will be paid at sight, or promptly -remitted ac- 
cording lo directions. 

The ntraojt attention will be paid lo Ibe or- 
ers of gentlemen io America, «hi> may bo 
AolNTl for spanisb, Swedish, or Other neutral 
merchants, trading under the prince regent's 
proclamations, with the island* of Jamaica or 
Bermuda ; and the -afe*y of all such property 
comn-itled lo their charge may be depended on, 
provided nothing is attempted under the sanc- 
tion o, such proclamations, contvary to the lo- 
cal laws of the respective island*, or in violation 
of e*i.iii>g blockades. , 

Being v:«m- for the principal inci'hioraled 
insurance oompauie*, from Ihe capital of 
4oatli-aru1iwa io «i «^i, hrt the ifl«vict *M 
Maine, Ihore are directors in each offiee, ov 
mttithant* in every town lo whom refe'-iT A Y 

he had, should new correspondents wi> * - 

mnnicatcMvilh the house in Jamaica, or ihat 
branch of it in Bermuda, now eslaA"" "yd a" the 
port of it. George, and conducted . Jthe Ju- 
stior parlnet, under the firui of IF, Latill'i Co. 
N. B-— All letters by caueK, In and from 
Kingston, are opened by the American njrent 
for prisoner* of war, or sent to him after beiug 
opened by ihe eommi>*«.ry of prisi 
rica. n. B. k Co. 

«ctober9, IBIS. 



Ame- 



BOOK BINDING. 

J TURNER informs the public 
• that he ha- taken a Chamber ...er Mr. 
Joshua ^ent worth's store, Coavt-streel, wheie he 
intend' to carry on the 

ROQKBIND1M BUSIN$SS\ 
in all III various branches, with neatness and fle- 
.patch! and howl by paying close attention ;o 
.hebu-inc«, that he .hall be able to give IVA]*s 
taction to all those who may phase lo lavor him 
with their work. ... , 

Blank Books of every description rul- 
ed to any pattern, nnd bound al the shortest 
notice. ' '— 

THE Subscriber respectfully re- 
queit. all persons indebted '0 him to make 
payment without a more particular n-vita tion. , 

JAMES RUNDLET. 
Doc- 17, 1814. 



<£ &